The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
normalized irregular


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


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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oclc - 18709335
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brightening JOT', ,74'.' ..-. :7' 4''',....
' Wheeler.A.S. painr: hia brief
yisit to the Isthnins at' the te-:
. Ite0 bt the Pacific Chic; VouiVt'
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t tha, 'merits' et," earlyt-Florida. :-Ivsetto& '''''''' forced te,close down. since the
l',';', i retiremento:.,-i-nr" Judte:f6ut11.--1Ift. ',2' '': 'I l';'. 1, .1 '',., ".. ;, first of' the veer owing to lack
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'4, 1 IF )' Crowe, -1,1111:'-of -2-- eourse44,4 ,i,,,,,i ,,," r -,-, --,,, .',.;-..- . ; -,, -.:, .., ,. ,
, business, it, Wel reported yes-.
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, the Aroops lor whosainforma4, '''' 4'., ....,',-.31ARK,,WHEELER,
.- terday, ,,, .'!- ,-,,,,,, -,,,,.,,"!-, -
,, ', tient' end; entertainment, lupN?, .,.. '-', 4,.- ',-, ., ,- -' t- f
, As a result of the desperate
..t ',.-Tit.--was set" .upi;-. such, st Sp-5: 'can'. ba..bililt in, Florida for situation which has bat owners
f-,,,--' 'Joel- Daly (nearly ret.)-4,,,J-. ,,,,, . $12,000,'-- according to Wheeler. hard put to 'meet. $200 monthly
,,,'' 'Crowe win ,,,heed; er Panel, ,,to ;The-, Florida Power Corpora- government. and :city 'license
; Qui 'Wheeler 7 'On retirement tiory,--says Ittnieeler, is interest- In
and tax fees, they are said to
i problems ,The remainder "of 'the tug itself 4d-community better,- be organizing -I ,,partipaign r to
t, panelarill'ho. up tif two ment in 48 rlorida towns in
which is se,e,k, 4.4 rtduction :111- keeping
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rnemberak ath ., front. the Coco eluding St.. Petersburg,
t v. Solo,":, Margaritir Gamboa, and already Idn-deep in.,retired Zo- Wibn 'e cull-I.resent ,eeeneralc
',,, ,, Pacific -avid '0,0xtrielis. -i - f'.!z Mang.,,,:, .: ., ,,, ;Situation, ', f, :.,e. ,-,,r ,. ,
:''.,- ',':,,,Wheelet ,,,. 11 tell -of ,i.lprida ,--,-. So,. fu be has not compared r -, 1 : .- ',$'-
i7,., Iretirelnent In .,111,teorciers;-youilg -Ails 'corporation's' utility rates ''. Svieti,i5:zlitefiici.,...,--
,:,,, e ,t?,d ,olkat liwo..:public-tneetingt 'Avith lhose- of Pinamo's'Fner--: p, -
,:- .----'-',.7;30, -pia 1,Ornorrost at ; the- la y' lui tan siOt indueetninE! 'pi tlis so, 0-Death,00,,
,r,- 'able --,Clubhousei-and '1:30 pm ',for Zenian's to retire-, ,t0;,,,Flor-i-,, pLav,614.,::,
t:..,,, aturdstrat the Margarita Club- .. ida, rather ,'.'1,111,n-leillainesti,' fr,,ir D p:'"s'er''n.;?k:':Ifiiihtt".1fil:ps,.. ',
i,,,,, SO,. vlst,;,-..,.,'-','La, '4, ,:,',A t .':: '' lha Isthroist,-; -1,-;s '1!,-,,,c, ,,,, ,, so s 11411 4. 11111Y111V;-'-
, 'L' -Petilder-.1T0', V'Pol kw Wilt 0e, ,-;Wrik' ahoulct'Zoniais-:.'n'l'ot te' Ir.i,,' '',,',;- r''',-;'' ..,'',.',..- ,.--. !i,', i''',., '-, 1 '''.-
; ., st a ,Dutch, treat buff tire on, ther,Istlunits where they -wwokAlw AlirAkA:,60Vit eOurt
has sentented. ,- -chauffeur to,
f,,,!, let,,htneheon: aris.lhe-,:,'Tivoll. lor' lit've SP,erit 'most of their work worki,
i, worki, alt .Zonians he ,,:- ati.. property ing Atte, and Ars', Seine, eases their death by 4 'Iriet ,,,, old tor druk- l'
',f,.- .,-,,owners,,,in,the,'Florida Areas,--Ot entire life?, '-"'-'- -, : ,- enThdrie vilinegWspa''':;4 pe'''''r''''''',Sa4viet':.,..,--'"'4-- ill' '1'
r,.., Wilthoehee arid Duntiellort.-'."-'-' ,t,,Said, a,,... Pacific' 'Civic' Council)
. '.,,:, Sun-florid Floridian Wheal' triernbee today:.., "I- want to g disclosed that ,, the -,, Latvian Su Supreme
preme Supreme court, bid pronounced the
!,'. -- '. '' et black' with the standard': baelf14,. MY United States. Be- rare. death entente,' against,-,.Yuri
. ,,, ,, filet of, Florida's-attractiont to sides,--what-entertainment could
. ,. the, .-agesk,':,,,There,'Is that', sun I !find ,if ,, I -retired to lor in. Tarasoy at the -,eed,,.of-. e ,, three.,
day trial. -- ,- , .,,,,
',!,, : ,t, for, the older ,lolli-whcs2-eits no,' stanceif Banta Clara?"' N Tarasov inias' hed his 'car' into's'
i.'; longer aupport'reoldYweathet1-t ''' Aft for -Zonians -whn have been bus on 'the Riga-Bolderai highway
; :. :The! cold -0.Fanamat ,'!7:--' o' born,' taised And spent, all their last ,March after 'a, night of drink drink,.
,. drink,. 'Wheeler wheels- nimbly: 'I 'working -Alte,,'2. here,' :' the civic nig. -Several persons. were Med
, '.-, tore relevant eensideration'ai,! couneillortiota -not ,thinit th
, ere in tht accideot-',. '',,, -'" ';
A cottage; for instangewhich ire...Mani Va. ZOnlann ,whose Traffic violators an,, the Soviet
4. Pacific (Avid Council', member roots are ',deeper .-In th,e Istlarins umo' n,ftparticularly1drunken, driy driyk
k driyk 1 sayi ,costs,: the ,-,,panturiii, ;,Caanl than Stateside, -ff., -.., --r,-.,,; K -- v', sentences
, Company,- around $15,000-.''..,t0 '-',-.:An 'exemplary.,;irietf& '.'nf 'his' ilfsioc)toen, 15 y Ire rift
)build, and- whi,ch ,would -cost a 'own propaganda', Wheeler is death ,sea ntenceeasil, 'erne Prirrnre: Ludt!
' retired Zonian $30,000 to -build sneeding back'tto Ficaida Stin- uedsuallY,, asessed cinly in' aggravat aggravati
i aggravati : 111-.Panarciats, fancy, El Cangrelo, day4 ': - ' - 1

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, a' nu Drake bad an announced
nounced announced jest week Ayes for st tOtal
of 'more,-.than S3 wh),01
includedAvadditive housing items
not incorporateVin: the primary
contract.: w:th
- Preiuniabla final poition of
the tcontract, remains to be 'let.
In additicin landscaping,

roads, htilitier;fort'-the:to, wnside
Proper the complete- projectcalls
for a- total 'of. 32 residence. Stmt.
tures housing 66.1arolly units,, of
which 16 are ilitended tor bache bachelor
lor bachelor personnel.
, Another, 25, residence struitures,
sPettelied; es additive cootract
items' Would house. a total of 50
more family,
All work is -schduled for ty ist
pletion within, two Yeall ',




A :ientrait, totaling' mois 'than' 521 millioneTfor the' construction'of snert- ere and th-e-devel.
opment of the Cirdenas area north of C011)2111 as a townsite,to be used by the Federal Aviation
Agency (FAA), was awarded yesterday at Balboa Heights by the FAA to He A. Lott, Inc., Botts.
ton,' Texas, and Drake of- Panama, S. A. e
Signed by FAA procurement chief Cecil 1L,' Green who'vtill act as contracting officer, the a.
greement ultimately-provide a completely developed township site -and 57 tesidential 'build.
inte for FAA 4 : , :
, Tbp joint bid of Lott and Drake via low total bid among participating firms.






opft, end ot Which the fluid Is dis discharged,
charged, discharged, designed meter the
fluid or to-produce a desired di.
rectionAnd type -of discharge."
'Of 'course- any House member
knows whattit ,parametem is. But
tot the possible benefit' 'of cosi- d
greasional pa get'''. 'newspapermen.-
and others who don't, the com committee
mittee committee defined it as, an l'arbitrarY
constant,'" ..,obvioullyt the yory
ECcenh'Icity', la defined is,:"the
degree .of deviation trom' a
etdar orhitr,,,In other words,,' AC
to'. the 'House already suspected,
limb, eccentric. Is, 'a-, fellow going
around in circles, only not quite,
and the senators' can put the shoe
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tornmittee, helpfully, de delines
lines delines lunar as pertaining to the
moon.' It says a liquid propeilant
it ot propellant that is liquid.
InterNanetery means between
,plinett,4 the committee discloses
whereatAnterstellardon't try to
guest-omeans between stars.
Interface, ,tancording to the
SP' ice'Conuttittee's advice, to the
House,' is a ,'word for, "the bound,
try between two media,' especially
,sa ;transited by. a propagated
wavo:".1:I learned is a boy though
not. to thtt tuuess
4. :Wait oure
41'ot:the firit 'couple of months
la st ; year corn m ittee members
kept : boynding tho- experts on

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' '' Who m bunig.4,v'Per---------- ,,',-..,.ii.',;:,Z',',ZR::AT4M::;i,,,,E:',,,r,AgiTA:0,4
nians,:to Florida?, ,,,', i.t.,-,,,,:,,,No.,,m,.r,, ..,-,:-:'.,'.i,,,,.0.,-,,,x4.4.,4,4,4
-No, ,', not Aquilino. Beycl, ,, but loan',:,,,.',A,:::,-, ,--,..0..,,,,ma,Aig
btarit'''i W.' Irheeler. bouncy e- 0,,,i::::,...,,r,,tigii:':: .:- ,,--;.,,,'.:;,,,',:-,,,,,,.. -.:10,,,,tim,;,.si,14,0
notzgli 'to startlb, any Agewood- ,,p,m4,:;: f;:II,,,: ,,,A, 4,!,!,rop
Mehowed: Canal ,Oldtimer out of :::?,:sig-N: :m,m,.,!::::,:,,i!: ,0,401,5.14.
t is reeking chair;,,,and 3001cing -,P0,1,,,':, .'''-,'ro,,c, ;24,.0.:dii.,,0
1 t t ,bi esif -,,,,,..e.r.,::,,,,:.;::?::: ..Ar. ,,,, -,.:,.,,::. .:,,..,:,,,,,,,A,,A,0
ite:' far -from- retiromen .. in ,. 0,::::,:;,ait.: :::?:.:iiiy ii:f::,?:':,..',:ti5;,4,H?:k:i:;:,
a$ N100'24111()IL: '..4 ''' '''''''s '' li'''''' IgaMt ::::: ':.:',4e:"ItAignMin
-On ,-whose behalf ,-la',Wheeer -4,,,,,,,-,,,,,,A,, .. .:.1.,7,:..... ;,;:,44,04.4
offering to brighten the twilight -: '-.-,0::::. fftitiette
ot.: Canal' ,Zonian't ,lives?-,On-tte4 ,',. :?5,,,:::::::::::;,:p:::,:,47,
, ::,,,:,,,,,:,:lim,f4...
lall :of the tiofida',Pow,er,Cor- -to.,,:,,41.2.,.,.,,.
poration,'- anti who better, bitted ....;, ......,,,:,..:.:' ''''''0,,:,...
out,,,,- with' kilowatts,' for ..,;,tlib ;,,ii, ,...::,t,,,
,:::-:, --t .,,,,,
brightening Job?-.. H ;"' ...--, ;, 4,,- .,,,,;,,,, ,,,..,
' Wheeler-, it p4ing'-'' hie. 'brief :;4, ',,A?.
bit ,to the Isthnius at' the te- .:I, ,,:m:'
' Ilefit a tile Pacific Chic; Vount ,:' 1-:;'?;-,,'
: :.
',:,i',,,' V:,,',,:
, At ''5,:ifs' this ',brining L JO lb, l':: i 0:.;
, ,,-, i ,:,,,:! AA:, ,,,-
- taidng:,;F, to f cFN-Tir,,,, to ,-,014.) ,,-...4 1,,g,:,,1
' the, Inerits: of earlyt,,',Floride -,t,vela:' ,i,,,,,
i retirement!: 3o, lodge IfOutlIet, -,- -,;--,1,,,,,;,., 1.ti, ,,,..,,,,,., ..,, :.:. ,,;.,:.,,....-7,. :,;
' IF.Y CroWeofbn&-',,eteetizze,tte ,!'",,,,.'.i,..,'3:', ',!'.,:,- "' -,4, ,r,'
-; thi -.troops lor whose'lliforma.' :,'-' N.,,,,:-....,',,.m.A..1tK,,,...W. HE, LL,L, ,16 ,,
- ", tiont-bnat. entertairiment ,CFN?' .. i
'..-Ifir,-,was- set,,,,up;:'. such, as 1;1-,,g, can', bf,!,,, Mint in, Florida for
' Joel- Daly (nearly ret4,4,,:a -, ,,,- . $12,000,',- a id
wording to Wheeler.
, 'Crowe Will ,head,! a-- panel:Jo ,,,..411b, Flo,r a
, Tower Corpora Corporal:Luiz
l:Luiz Corporal:Luiz ; ArbeeleiT ,on ' retirement Don,'', lesEbL,Wri, ,eeler,unia.yinterest,;
probleint- -The remainder ':,,Ot the leg item Le.,,,oomzu n betteri!
penel,,will'hit. Made up ot two ment in 48 Fl
ida towns in..,'
members 'keit& '.',:' frouk. tile Coe? Chiding '1t, Petersbu. rgliwhtc, 1Lis,

a Pacific Civic Council. member
!Jaye costa,' the ,Psnanut
Company,- atotind (1415,000.' ,t01
build, and which' would -cost ai
retired ZonianS30,000 to .,build
in ,panamats fancy El Cangrelov

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Tho schedule of events- for the
Pacific., side blemorial Day ser
vices was announced today by the
sponsoring. Canal Zone yoterans
Organizations: N .s
George Vietoi.general chairmiu
of the program vihich this, year
is being conducted under- the -auspices
of the American Legion; said
the services wilt begin' at 8:35 S.Ttil
Saturda at the Corozal teme.
terY' '0 '
In -addition' there will, 'be erre erre,
, erre, monies ot aea and, in, the various
communities' of the zone. Similar'
services will be Conducted on-the
Atlantic side...! 1'
Here 11;the' schedule 'el activt activtties
ties activtties on thoi Pacitic side:,
- 6:30 a.m.Decoration "of, veter veterans
ans veterans graves at Corozal cemetery
by' Boy and Girt Scouts.
' 715Flag raising ceremonies
st.' Balboa, Heights, Dia Diaond
ond Diaond Cocoll by Boy
,' Scatits,.'
- 7:45Placing of floral tribute at
the 'memorial tablet , Balboa
Height by Girt Scouts. ', -'
11:00--Placing of floral tribute at
Gorges-Memorial plaque by Child.
reit hfithe American' Revolution.
of floral tribute at
Cot- 'and Owen Memorial tablet
at ,Pedro bliguet by Girl Scouts:-
3:3, CIS-J.-Placing of floral tribute et
' taunt:barium in ,All Souls Chapel
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1Noritcilk' To' V''t
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CZne On' Sattirclay
., ,, ),
"Norfolkthe ship,
be visiting tile Xethinp0,011 Ment0'
Wel Day.. :
,..Tite;USS Nerfalk,', first of se
dap' cif destroyer leaderc scbed
tiled to arrive at Cristobal Satur SaturdaV
daV SaturdaV from Guantanamo Bay. Cuba,
end will be berthed at Rodman
, Naval Stsation alter, transiting- tile
Coma; ,
'The Norfolk:: one el 'the Nav y's
, modern ) ships, leave
'Tue a en route te Long Beach.
' rkt commending officer is
, Copt.l. W. Koenig and the ship's
5.47Pletnent. ia..4110 'officers', and
ousted rsen, ft,


(:.prog- ram-,Set''13y-Veterans4
at Cathithai ,t, IA 4e in' An- 1 Music 'the 16th Air Ir'Srce

con b Girt'scouts.

Wises from 11.)--11Yovely.U.S.
Balboa ,Ileights-s railroad station 11,100March rom Limit
to Corozal for memorial .services, mador, Cemetery with Ba
The public is invited. to use this police escort by Veterans
todrtesy extended by tbe V.S. Ar- zations for ceremonies and
my and Air Force for the tripto of decorations.'
Corozal and return, 1:00 p.m. --Para's
1:35Start of march into Coroz- Aid Club will held mamerl
al cenietery by, military and civic vices at the Baptist Chore
organizations lead by Grand Mar- American Logien and Vs
shall, Col. Walter. J. Preston, Jr. of Foreign Wart particle,
Participating units will be units of 1:00 VeSsel
the Armed -Forces, American Le- Falcon leaVer, Pier '18,
gion, Veterans of Foreign Wars with limited number:0f giu
and Auxiliaries, Boy Scouts, Girl cause of space limitations,
&louts, aztd Order of Rainbow cial sea kervices, The progr
- lows:
9:45L.Memorial serVices 4tart Invocitton 'by Within. 1
at Corozal Cemetery. Invocation led by ilCowlowsl
by Chaplain Cdr. James .W. Whit- Whitman. ".
man. of the U.S. Navy, Gettysburg Address
Memorial prayers by Whitman, Archibald. 4
Rabbi Nathan D, Within of AISO- Memorial Address by Cal
IWB,- and Chiplain Maj. Edward V. Cattro, USN, Legal Oft
Zozlowski, Il.S. Army. the 15th, Naval District.
Gettysburg Address ,by Miss Salute to the dead by U
Christine Hogg. my, firing Squad,;
Memorial Address by Col. Ed- Taps by U.S. Air Force
ward T. Imparato, Deputy Chief .The Corozal,ceremonies
of Staff of Caribben Air Command transferred to Jadwin Hall
, Benediction' by Within. t Clayton In case, of bad we
-Salute to the dead, firing souad The Corozal ceremonies
from Blaboa School ROTC. broadcast over CFN.

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WASHINGt011 air) When
tbe House Space Committee was,
getting into orbit last,year some
of members,,were said to be
lieve a ,."light ,year'tl was one Jul
which they didn't have to run for
election and could take ,few
weeks off for a junket"' ';'
The committee tow 'able to
advise, howeverr'',that the tetm
actually refers Jo l'the distance
light travels in one y,ear at pie
300 miles per second. :
',,"So you can see that the Space
Committee,, although moving at
something less than the speeci of
light, has come a long way., In
factr after a yeat'a exposure to
the experts in tha apace business

, yANAMA; P4-1111:IRSDAYt' MAY ts,-4959

ay ,L ear:, I o
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it now speaks 'of apse matters
in suck -learned' fashion it' is im impelled
pelled impelled to include, glossaries. in its
reports to the Hoirey.,
, 'A year' ago the average- space
thembetr, pressed. for a definition
of "deceleration,"',would have Said
it, means ,slowingdovm,. Not any
more,'though. The 'committee now
defines it as '"negativo iteeekra iteeekratit:m.0i
tit:m.0i iteeekratit:m.0i Last year' eV" file f, time' the
space teen thought a nozzle was
a gizmo on the end: el 'a hose.
Now they would as soon be caught
with' their papameters ,lown es
make that ltind of slip.
, A, pozzle thei told the' use
last Week, is "a duct,:tube, pipe,
spout or -the through which,
a, fluid U directed ,and from tits


sniriey uets Degree Posthumousiy
On June i; WaS Dedicated "feather
INDIANAPOLIS,' Ind., May 2,8 trips te the United States and
il5P1),--. A diploma will be award, be 'alwayeywanted me to know
ed postbutousitio -Owen IL, Shir- the,-.Unitimi States., But was
ley, 47, itCantiVZonet high. school Iraid, Maw' Americans would be
prineipal who,-came 'to Indiana, to Newi I knew' difter difter'further
'further difter'further Isis4-educitionitien4:411ed grit. 18)1040 Pithisi'll -40,4ck
. Theaday 1,tif brale Of Aeite,', he, waseyettwrAte
' 10111aletfretore OW' tollettirtollt- "Chltageritereffrwittelno.,te OS&
mencement.4 trwk -t., 4 ' StUr40 101MOOtil
-.Ball State tollge officials saki Pells:et
at Muncie that Shirley' will get bis IrrThietrip'10 Ithe 'United Stalk
misters degree. at the Aloe 7 Wei the only 'thing tot tithe plan plancommencement,
commencement, plancommencement, a degree for which ned..'. .we have had 21 very good
Shirley completed work in one years, We have been together'
year instead of the usuat two. since I was 17, That" all 1 think
Shirley was principal of, Itainbow about:now."
'Canal Zone) high selool. "My husband was a dedicated
Re was bard at; work on his col- teacher," she said. "1 am sure he
lege ,studies when lie took M Sod is, satisfied dying in' an ,attempt to
'was 'taken to an Indianapolis hos. better his people. Education is the
pita. onlY thing he ever wanted to leave
- our, childret0 ,
'penantanian, taught A, son, 191 is studying law at
in Panama and the ,Canar Zone thlw university of Santiago, Chi Chisince
since Chisince he waS 17 years old. He had le, and a daughter is a senior at
not Jietti'llis family' since he left ,the National Institute of Panama.
home last September because' of Shirley last, working on a trans transtests'
tests' transtests' into Spanish ,at
the expenst,ol'i return 'trip. But lation of i.Q.
and had
'agter bebetame Raymond:0i- the time of ms
son, foreign student advisor at Ball been Voted emember of the honor honorTate,
Tate, honorTate, called Mrs.,,Shirley and' she ary ,liaternity. Phi Delta KaOPs KaOPswall
wall KaOPswall sit her husband's bedside dur- Shirley, who has been with
kg. the final days of his illness-, the Canal' Zone Division iont ScGhaotoulisl
1929;"fewthaestriximirrichael ShirleY
bit Orza Shirley expressed once
her" gratefulneett for the consider. recall
tmhipsloyed in the construction
Mien and Idndnetta she received-,
IsM husband Itad Mad. thrfc of Gatun Lockt

- He attended Canal Zone schools
Music by:, 'the ,16th Air: I' ,' ,, , : -,,,, ,,, and has studied at, the University
Band. ,,-,-- of Minnesota, and New York Ud Ude:SOFlyover
e:SOFlyover Ude:SOFlyover NS. Air ForCe
'' s' University Probing, Versity. 1-1e., was first employed
in 1929 ats m first grade teacher
, 11:00March ..from Limits tO A- , 1.. ,, , - ---
mador, Cemetery with Band and
.)- at Rainbow City School, then Sil Silpolice
police Silpolice escort by Veterans Organ'. ,' ver City School.
All of his aervico was been
zations for ceremonies and placing , , q,
Gun'. Braidishing,
of decoration: with the, Rainbow City schools.
1:00 p.m. Perils Muluel - Ho was made ,a teacher in the
Aid Club will hold memorial ser- ., '',' ',.-- ,, Junior High School in 1935 and
Beating Of Studeni
vices et the 'Menet Church with Panama-Vniversity officials to- prometed to assistant principal
American Legion and Votirens day were investigating an inci- of the Junior-Senior High School
of Foreign Wart participating. vie, principal
1:00 p.m.L-Navil VeSsel, i' USS we're brandished and a student for several years and waskmre
Falcon leaVer, Pier '18, no deg. last,' night in which guns in sea. pir. was
1111---, was badly beaten. ; meted te principal in 195S.
Iwith limited number:4i twits be- Student- Rafael Dominguez wa8 He left the Isthmus last Septem Septemleause
leause Septemleause of space limitations, for see- bet to inter Ball State College.
Also'eurviving him ari his fa facial
cial facial lea ,1,ervices, The program fol. beffat:thn obit, tawtogstintudepnotisnstwhoohobrellyld
kW!: ,., ,, ' hn reportedly walked into the thert a brother, Archdeacon Le LeInvocation
Invocation LeInvocation ''by witkin. prayers alvtrsity restaurant brandishing mueUt. Shirley, of St. Paul's E Eled
led Eled by Witkint- i Kowlowski Ind a Weapon and' uijtering 'threats -plaeopal Churdi in Panama, and
Whitman. ,,! ,4,, l" ' against ', Prof. Ariosto Ardillt a sister,' Mrs. 'DM& B. Osborne,
Gettysburg Address' byWilliam eiho, was in another building wile of Alfred E. Osborne, superin.
Archibald, 4 , .4, .' teaching a clams at the time; tendenVol instruction of the Canal
Memorial Address by Capt. Luis At the time of the'littack, how- Zone Latin American Schools.,
V. Cattro, USN, Legal Officer of ever, Dominguez was not armed, Last year he was Rainbow City
the 15tk Navel Dristrict. but was distributing flysheets In Civic Council representative tO
Salute to the dead by U.S. Ar- defense Of his brother Prof. Inse the Governor's conference and for
my firing Squad,i ,i.' ,,-, ', R; Dominguez, who was declar- many years has taken an active
Taps by U.S. Air Force bustler. ed persona non-grata by the On- part in civk affairs On the Atlan AtlanThe
The AtlanThe Corozal,ceremonies Will be cress of the Students ,rederetiog tie side,
transferred to Jadwin Rail at rt. held last weekend i The remains will be brought
Clayton In testi, of bad weather. The elder Dominguet is chief back to the Isthmus for burial.
, The Corozal ceremonies will be of the' university's information runeral arrangements will be an-,
broadcast over CFN. office. ' ' flounced later. ',

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Canal Zane retail store 'opera 'operations
tions 'operations were ainong the many
items discussed during Governor
W. E. Potter's May meeting with
officers of United States citizen
civic councils. ,,,y
Meeting in exeCutive
the Administration, BuildirtgBoard
Room On luesday1' the discussion,
eentered around. fivethods Or im imle
le imle proving efficiencyand o tati6ms.
It also was annininte thatfol thatfollowing
lowing thatfollowing a' petition; !fro ,1Gaviltin
'area residents, special toilet fact;
lities have been erected' tor env.
, ployes working ,; on the Pactlic
side bridge and',qui 'eight foot
high fence will beterected to hello
further .maintain..-the privacy' of
residents. in the 'area.
The Governor stated that the
Health Bureau will be asked to be
more stria 'with persons violat violating
ing violating sanitary regiilations, such as
spreading uncomposted manure,
because of increasing evidence of
fly activity in some communities.

Head Chopper Guilty
Of Slaying Friend
In ihantylown Clime
Tilcio Quintero, who was aco
cued uf 'Choi:Ming oft.s, friend's
head!,two 4yeart,l'agOo wits loujid,
guilty, list-night, by eh
lurY' 'which deliberated .22 mint41

Quintero was tried for the
stachete slaying of Justo Her HerbandeZ
bandeZ HerbandeZ Escobar at the San Mi Miguelito
guelito Miguelito .shanty town and lor
robbing:him of $840.
Irt his defense of Quintero,
yOung Arial lawyer Dr Fabian
Ethevers severely criticized the
press, the prosecution and the
Secret Police over the way the
inhvestigation was handled. He
claimed his clie,nt had been
forced by the Secret Police to
confess to a crime he did com commit
mit commit in order to quiet down the
subbub that was raging in the
Defense also alleged that Dis District
trict District Attorney Francisco Alvara Alvarado
do Alvarado sought to vindicate himself
with a successful prosecution of
Quintero to make up for his
failure to convict Ruben O. Mi Miro
ro Miro of the assassination of Pres President
ident President Jose A. Remon.
During the first day of the
trial, Quintero pleaded his in innocence
nocence innocence before the jury, claim claiming
ing claiming that he was miles away in
Chorrera on the night the crime
was committed.
However, the jury convicted
him on the basis of the evi evidence
dence evidence presented by the prosecution.


able and useful:1',

'The President said that he bad
followed the Geneva' conference
procedings with close attention,'
the White House said.
"He-expressed the hope that the
thorough exchange of, views that
is taking place thereAvould lead
to a' betterApProach ,the
ltrobitpu Ahat ;VOnfront
, "He, of 'Course, stressed the tie.
eessity 'of finding peaceful solutions
to our problems,
"The President likewise ex.
pressed the hope that on their
return to Geneva the foreign
ministers would be able to a.
chieve that measure of progress
which would made subsequent
meetine of hoids of ativernmont
desirable and useful.'
The Big Four foreign ministers
had broken off their Geneva talks
to attend the funeral of John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles.
Meeting with the President were
Gromyko, secretary of state
Christian A. Herter, British fo foreign
reign foreign minister Selwyn Lloyd, and
French foreign minister Maurice
Couve de Murville,
All appeared to be in a jovial'
mood when they emerged.
White House priss secretary
James C. Hagerty reported that
at the outset of the meeting the
President expressed his thanks
for the respect the visitina f4"
reign ministers had shown to
Dulles, by flying here fer the fun.
Hagerty was asked it the White
House statement implie& that a
Summit conference was, not now
justified. He replied that he did
not think the statement had said

Edgerton, Schley See Ships Moving

Through Seaway Locks Without u I es

Two former Canal Zone gover governors
nors governors and a former Miraflores
Control House Operator gave the
American section of the St. Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence Seaway the once-over last
week and pronounced their ap approval,
proval, approval, according to a story ap appearing
pearing appearing in the New York Times.
The former governors were Maj.
Gen. Glen E. Edgerton and Maj
Gen. Julian L. Schley, both of
whom are also members .of the
Panama Canal Company Board
of Directors.
They took a tour of the Seaway
and inspected the two major in installations
stallations installations on the United States

where space started ,and ended.
Now it develops they at least
know what space 'Is, if' not ex exactly
actly exactly where. It's 'that part of
universe between celestial
bodies." ,,
For the 'latter, no definition is
Rep. James 15.. Fulton Ot-Ps.1
a committee member, meantime
has disclosed he will put in s bill
to erect, as ,t get it, some kied
of milestones in. 'Pace.
Vie can then move from an ex:,
act point in time and location on
earth to time, points and distances
in space," Fulton said in a letter
to' the Buretu of Standards., aut.
gesting that the bureau get on the


side guided by Edward' Barlow,
formerly Control House Operator
at Mira! lores Locks and now
chief of -.the lock operations for
the American corporation.
The tour, taken on the work
boat Fourth Coast, operated by
the St. Lawrence Seaway Devel Development
opment Development Corporation, included the
two major installations on the U United
nited United States side end the Snell
and Eisenhower Locks, which to together
gether together lift ships 90 'feet on the
way toward the upper Great
ACrording to- the New York
Times, the two former governors
"found the modem locks fast
and efficient, and noted that the
essential difference was that on
the seaway ships' used their own
power, with 'winches to edge in into
to into position, while in the Panama
Canal vessels were towed by pow powered
ered powered 'mules.'

US Embassy Seeks
Robert E. Dalton
Formerly Of Bocas
The American Embassy is at attempting
tempting attempting to locate Robert E. Dal Dalton,
ton, Dalton, who at one time resided m
Rocas del Toro with his wife, Vir Viriginia
iginia Viriginia R. Dalton..
,Anyone having information con.,
eeming Dalton or his whoreaboutt
is requested to write or telephone
the Consular Section of the Amer.
ICA Emboss:.

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WASHINGYON. May 28 (UPI) President Eisen-
hower.personakappealed to the Big Four foreign 'min; '-,
isters toda4y for progress at the deadlocked Geneva
ference,-in order to justify a Summit meeting.
The President conferred in his office for about a halt
hour with the foreiga ministers and Russia's Andrei Gr-
myko said afterwards that it was a "pleasant and useful-
The -White House said shortly afterwards in a state?,
ment that the President had "expressed the hope that on"- -,,,
their return to Geneva the foreign ministers would be abli
to achieve that measure of progress which would'make a
subsequent meeting of the heads of government desk:,
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Asked If the President had spelt
ed out tonditions for a Summit
meeting, Hagerty pointed out that
he was not present and said he
could not answer questions which s!,
went beyond the statement.
Hagerty thee was askat 4,
Growitb, Might haVe'hrought 'the.' '',,
President a message. He answer',
ed that 0111I Gromyko could. reply
to that question.
only tha four foreign inintstf
ors wore present for the conefr
once with tho President. Inas,. ''''
much es all spoke English, no
Interpreters wore needed. :

There was no table sounding
demand by the President for So
viet acceptance of the Western
proposals for a German settle.

Rather, the President wag salt! ,1
to have enjoined the ministrs that
progress at Geneva was essenti
al because tiv conference was till
rocal point of world attentiotC,'",",

Eisenhower was said to have
made clear his view that there
had to be progress at Genova
to warrant a Summit meeting; ,,i
and that it was up to foreign o
ministers to move towerd a so- 4
lution of the Gorman problem.
After the meeting ended, Gro Gromko
mko Gromko was chosen by the foreign
ministers as their spokesman.
Lloyd told newsmen that the So
viet diplomat was "gbing to make
a statement.' i
Smiling' as silo newsmen lame
mod around him, Gromyko said:
"We had a pleasant and useful
conversation wirth the Pres!.
He seemed ready to say some-
thing more, but Cour de Mur Murville
ville Murville cut him off by interjecting
"And that la al"

Club Al familia Train
Sel lather's Day
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Despite Compehtion
A spokesman tor Club Alta,.
mira today said the club
tendded to go ahead with' its
plans to run a leather'41 Day ,,--
special train to Colon on Juno
21, although another Specie&
train will. be sponsored by an."
other group on the sante day. T-1,:,
The other sponsoring, group
is the PaCific Commissary
whi:h said It had failed tn an '1.
attempt to hold a meeting with
the representatives .of Altsmirs
to discum joint, sponsorship': Of
a single special train. t
The Altsmira 'spokesman said
Joint sponsorship would be 11114,'
practical Since ,.the aims of: the
two clutlit are- dissimilar, ,ttto
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Altamira's special. train, Sport..
sotship ill one of the' club'ajllegt
tivities 'to ,raise money' for its ;'
scholarship. in
and to pay the tuition of a Btu..
dent Of' ths 'Abel !i'Bravo,'higis''
school at Colon,. in particular.4
The excursion will be hi eob",
junction with a Irather's DaY
program to NI, bald in Colon
the, same day, , '.,,,

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LAn't Seguro Social general manager ,AINandro de la Guar Guara
a Guara seemingly conscientious executive Ansomething about
correcting a litlaill,L011 tnat ailecta many .pregnant Womt.n wn4
seeK ineolcal attention at tne seguro 011110
This SOS'concerns the Ian that women .3vhb are expectinq
have to go tarough the mme iormalitiek:AVAny'Other Datient
see their doctor 1,. lp-,,v
Tne general, procedure is, to apply forvkan ippointiment'an4
then wait, in some cases as Much as five ila,,isol)efore eirie4nay
consult the medico. 1.'kv,
P:egnant women should not have to go ttbtougb All this- red,
tape and delay to be able to attended to. bomo.Dr,elerente enould
be given them to enable them to see their dot .yOh trilhirnum
of trouble and waiting.
I understand that there is supposed to 1;i Maternityidoctor
standing by at all times ready to take careAkr emergency cases,
but I speak of situatibns not aa extreme two urgent ones bUt which'
could develop Into something real serious ant probably tragiC be because
cause because they were not handled in time. t ,-
I think the good Social Security chief can 4:10,40Mettlin.g about
these women getting faster action for their ills, means,
adding two or three more doctors to the materrittyltaff:
After all the organization is able to' lend the:government 'mil 'millions
lions 'millions of dollars which most likely will never be repaid., If the Ad Administration
ministration Administration can be benefited with such giveaWayz then the SS
can well afford to give people who keep it In illetence Adequate

Vge employes of the Cristobal section of' the Railroad Divi;
sion would like the head of the Transportation and. Terminals
Bureau to look into the matter of our leave. At present It seemB
we are not allowed to accumulate any tilts at all. Thus. if, we
have sickness in the family, -we have no time saved 1.111
, There is one employe who had to go to hospital without hav having
ing having been able to accumulate any leave. Now he Is therd in hos hospital
pital hospital with no Money coming in to pay his rent or sustain, hill
We would like our accumulated leave pc;Sition td be reviewed.


Well, I see by your esteemed journil thatOrov. W. E. Potter.
has made some shy proposals for a new Gorgas Hospital and
some of the skeptics thInk this might be a poor investment.
particularly if the US-citizen community in the Canal 'Zone
continues to get smaller and smaller.
But, ever on the lookout ahead, it seems to this observer
that that a shining new eight or 10-story hospital, properly air
conditioned and with shining new equipment would be a fittins
jewel to leave with an eventually-internationalized Canal.
, Since I am one of those optimists believing firmly the only
line solution to all waterways will be to remove them from na nationalistic
tionalistic nationalistic hands, what better monument to leave in Latin A America,
merica, America, along with the Panama Canal. than a modern Latin
American medical center to remind everyone of the great and
goodly munificence of Washington?
For such a purpose why balk at the paltry sum of all mil million.
lion. million. One Tor Met.

, Sunday we lost real American ,John,,Foster Du) les.
We would like to extend our deepest sympathy to his loved mei,
:and to his friends throughout the world. Words cannot express the
,sorrow In our hearts.
It helpc to knew that Dulles was admired and respected by peo people
ple people in all walks of life. He stood for peace on earth and goodwill to
all men, regardless of race, creed or color.
, We pray that Cod will comfort his loves ones, and ease loneliness
of those with whom he shared the joys and sorrows of life
Mr. & Mrs. Dee Roy Carter.

I saw with interest the picture of Mayor Alfredo Aleman's acro acrobatics
batics acrobatics on that sling of Balboa Beer on the New York docks. It wasn't
a taSe of an old dog having learned new tricks. If I remember
rightly, the old gentleman is also famous for financial acrobatics as
the self-declared Savior of Millions for Posterity. I never did hear
.how many millions there were awaiting posterity when the auditors
checked up.
If the old gentleman wants to do some real acrobatic for pos posterity,
terity, posterity, let him show the rising generation of students:1nd toliticians
how nimbly a person can learn to land on all twit feet on top of the
s heap with each new change of government. .!
Beer Lover.

Why doesn't The Panama American just change its mast masthead
head masthead to read "publicity agent for the American Legion, VFW or
itny other picture-hungry outfit"? I am sick to death of seeing
,pictures of a party for three months running. Can't those Le Le,
, Le, glen folks do just one simple thing without having it blown up the paper?
And I really believe' the VFW has pinned on more poppies
ior generals, mayors and governors than tney have sold on
strect corners. Or perhaps tne paper is planning to use a great
big picture of a street corner customer tomorrow.
, Who cares if a cute kid presents a paper flower to a local
wheel? Perhaps the kid, her parents, mayoe even the big snot.
, But me and my neighbor don't give a hoot. Just because the
Mayor of Panama has a poppy in nis lapel, I don't feel any more
Obligated or privileged to have one 'in mine. They sprobablY
didn't even feed the kitty.
, Stateside they really sell these little flowers with a ven vengeance,
geance, vengeance, and I have never objected. In my little home town, they
get the Scouts decked out in uniforms and armed with baskets
Of Poppies and contribution cans and they work trie entire, busi busiBess
Bess busiBess district of town. It's just for one!day, but no one on the
!street escapes them.
We don't have a general or governor in my town, but the
mayor, city councilmen and assorted others in top spots have to
'buy their own poppies, just like the grocery clerk and gas at attendant(
tendant( attendant( On the Zone, it seems to me they have'been selling pr
casting these poppies for weeks and weeks: Nobody has yet tried
'to sell me one. I see a lone child once in a while waiting for
customers in front of the Balboa Ciubhouse.
My suggestion is that they should gather all the generals,
admirals, mayors, governors, ambassadprs and newspaper editors
in one room, have some VFW member't daughter' distribUte the
poppies and kill a whole flock of birds with one shot. Tiler) Ma
be The Panama American could use some respectacle news pie.
tures until the next campaign for charity rolls around.
Bored Buddy

:: I see by the newspapers that the National Guard has found
-6 another arms cache. This raises the question of what becomes
I Of all these weapons after they are found. Are they sold? Do
,rk, thav become the property of the National Guard?
t -There is some suspicion that most of these "finds" are pre
., Ous ly planted and then discovered at just the right moment In
. order to harass some enemy of the government.
J-, ,; The latest find was at Tute, where a small band of ove'r ove'rii,,,'
ii,,,' ove'rii,,,' lealous and fOolhardy petriots last month decided to sot the
',,A .4.age for a Castro-type revolution. How successful this revelti4
';,.... .tilist would have been if the,rebels had been left alone to wonder
' .' 4,titrOugh the hills Is difficult to guess. However, I doubt that
p 'that they would have been able to attract much of a following..
I,: !,11,s,In the two clashes between the National Guard, and the
,, iebeis a total of four were killed. The first two seem to have
4 ,,bleed Wiped out in an honest-to-goodness battle, butt from the
ift.J, ,Iti lit what went around last month, he other two were killed
tinder rather different circumstances. Some folks even ventUred
Willy that the last two boys were unarmed and coming in tO
surrender. You must admit that after hearing so much talk
, 'about this one is certinly beginning to get mighty suspicious.
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EAST ,ST. 111.:
-.own ..was so tougn need
leaMsters prose da)
so neavy was tne, loot here
au,. across toe. Mississippi in St.
LOuis that the moli simply votect
tour union !ciders 'out at office
witn gans. 'linnet were forced to
quit permanently. They wer
Lead. fourth survived, but
! took the,
' So hard aid the local had Alen
squeeze the Jogai contraetorsp:the,
,otn the --nearby Scott Air
,,torce' base had to be 'hiked up
some 'Al2,000,000 dyer' what the
construction ivOtild have cost any anymere
mere anymere m the' 11.' S. Anywhere,
that is, except Northern New Jer JerszY,
szY, JerszY, according to the experts
here. -1 --
A fifty- lii; aillytthousand-dollar
shakedown' ,on a construction job
was ',the prevailing rate. No con contractor
tractor contractor was too big. Six of them
pooled their 'talents and equip equipment.
ment. equipment. to build canat locks... They
bid in reasonably. They tried ts
hold' down all those unpleasant
costs. They lost $2,000,000 pn the
One heating company 'took Its
civil rights seriously. It bid in
on ti government, contract with without
out without asking the permission of the
'local hood controlling the union.
By .e-bye business.
Soon. some of the- hoods over overreached
reached overreached themselves in that weird
way they have of not stopping
long enough to count the money
limy have stashed away in small
billsenough to last several Mia Miami
mi Miami Beach retirement-lype 11 f-etimes
The boys won't be out of
, jail nntil '112,
They pre.' penned in, but he
eost of. conitrUction the kind of
job makhn which pumps busi,
ness life into a communityran
wild for years' because of harass harass'
' harass' ments and feetherbedding. Things
are better note.
! But the eitizenry of bunted'
commtmities everywhere cross
the land should knoti what hap happened
pened happened here. Before the contrac contractors
tors contractors and the decent unionists and
the civic forces could get togeth together
er together this vast region lost tens of
millions of dollars worth of busi business.
ness. business. It nearly priced itself out
of prosperity.
Tney tell me here that this ter terrifically
rifically terrifically desirable industrial dis district
trict district nas attracted only two ma major
jor major plants since the mg war.
At least four corporai,inos junk junked
ed junked their plans to buito mutii-milbon-aoliar
extensions to 'hex cur current
rent current facilities. Four other big
firms auanaoned cietailea, blue blueprinted
printed blueprinted projects positively soled soleduiea
uiea soleduiea ior tiiis area.
The major 'corporations of this
lanu are tusperbing to communi communities
ties communities hunoreas of miles irom this
mississippi stite ana some ot
the other locations are ler less
St. Louis should be one of the
prime industrial areas oi tile U.
It has all the water suppiy it
meas. ims is one oi Lie
two railway h-uos.. 'inere are
huge vacant 'plant, sites. inere is
Dow protection. There are near nearly
ly nearly eh the supplies tit metals,
cnemicals ana other raw maie maierials
rials maierials neeoea on snort, haws.
in this area are sued compa companies
nies companies as 'twos, American steel
k'ounaries, Dow chemical, mon monsant
sant monsant Cnemical, Olin alathieson
Chemical, Owens Illinois Glass,
Shell Otti, Sinclair Retining anti
'Southwestern Bell Telephone.
Those outfits woulan t have o-,
pmed shop at a spot selected by
pitching a dart on a map. They
are big. But the muscle men
weren't awed. No new big firms
have come in because tne col colmtmity
mtmity colmtmity hasn't yet complete wiO
ed out practices such as the $110-
a-week waterboy who sees that
the drinking. stuff is iced before
the crews go to work. Or the
practice which requires contrac contractors
tors contractors to hire one laborer helm


(Presontod by the Departmont
of Christian Education of filo
Episcopal Church in the Mils
sionary Diocese of tho Panama
Canal Zone).

"How is the faithful city be become
come become a harlotl. .Thy silver is
bscome dross, thy wine mixed
with water."

The prophet is using three fig figurea
urea figurea to describe the deterioration
of his people. The first is the in inconstancy
constancy inconstancy of the wife who has
hitherto been ,faithful to her hus husband.
band. husband. The others are silver. so
mixed with lied it is worthless
and wine which-has been diluted
with water.
The pity is that the nation is not
aware of the degradation which
has taken place. ,It is still calling
snow-white that which is obvious obviously
ly obviously blood-red.
This is always what hippens
when the deterioration is on the
inside. The process is so gradual
it is hard to catch. The cracks do
not appear upon the the fabric
until it is too late for repair. So
it was with Zion. It took the crisis
of the Sennacherib invasion to ex expote
pote expote the inner decay.
Let us examine our own lives
before it is too late. Have we kept
faith with our Christian commit commitment
ment commitment or have we allowed the pure
silver of our early idealism to be become
come become mixed with baser elements?
Have we watered down the
enthusiasms which were once



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urangle-hold on' defense
twoduction have jost Bound 1 in
.heir lobbying to increase profits.
They've been trying to knock
out the renegotiation clause in
defense contracts, ht,'Whicir Abe
Pentagon can recover excess
profits. Mist clause'. expirta. une
30. And the big Atircraft .lobby
backed by the National .'Associa
tion of Manufacturers anct the
U.S. Chamber of ,- Commer
hired an interesting lobbyist
Ite is Barron IC. Grier, fornier
clerk of the Howie Ways ,tand
Means Committee. Grier wasn't i
hired by accident. The Ways:end
Means Committee happens to', be
the key group which must 4pass
on the extension of the renegotia renegotiation
tion renegotiation bill.
Most taxpayers don't realize realizebut
but realizebut the largest hunk ottheir, in income
come income tax goes for defense, spend spending.
ing. spending. And the largest part Pf
fense spending toes to Altio, big
airplane and tassile cOmpanita cOmpanitaThey
They cOmpanitaThey haven't been ,doing
Boeing, which has now,' our ourpassed
passed ourpassed Getieval Motors at-ithe
No.' 1 defense contractors,' aver averaged
aged averaged a profit on invested ciipittl
(after taxes) of 52 percent, in
1952, 1953 and 1954. Douglatt Air Aircraft
craft Aircraft averaged about to tercent
profit in 1953 and '54., Fairchild
mide 173 percent profit' in ,1253y
Grumman profited 71 'percent, ;on
capital investment 1953; Lock,.
heed profited 79 percent In All
same year; Gienn,Martin,
ge.(I 78 percent lit '53 and:4;1541
North American Aviation. averag averaged
ed averaged 294 percent to' 195344,; ,Tenco
Aircraft averaged Si percent- 411
1PN9 a nd 1953. 1 i,,,
Nevertheless theie414,2b4Inett-:
ciaries fmn1 defenfe, anelutint
want to kill the eyenegotiation
clause by Which the, government
can take a second look., at
company whickinakes too Inueti
money. ,i; Avevz
One argument ig, '"dttpftal
risks" involved. It ..toog ertakt
old Carl Vineon of ...peortia
chairman of the Armed 'Service;
Committoe. to fiiow
out of the water.
no;nted wit to the Ways and
Meang Committee that Ws the
American taxott yers, no' the pri private
vate private COMInnieS who "risk" capi capital
tal capital in missile contracts; Sinson

shOwed that in recent years boa
the plantsend the facilities fur
nished to missile-makers bY, th
government constitute up to
times the value of private inysst
ed -
The Ways Snd Means Co Minh
te4 listened, to Vinson,. voted tc
continue the renegotiation daubs

p.The federal ,Reserve -Board' is
worried 'about -consumer. credit
and installament buying; It re reports
ports reports that Americani,familes' ire
'plunging into debt .at an alarm alarming
ing alarming rate.
Americana are able to bur lir'
thing from swimming pools ,' to
yacatins, on the installment Plan,
and installment payments are
now the highest in-history. Over-1
extended credit, says the Feder Federal
al Federal Reserve Board, was one cause
of ,the,.last depression. .The a alanding'',
landing'', alanding'', lag in'T putting missiles
in the 49th State will be televised
br this writer,. Though Alaski! is
theek-and-jovrt with Siberia, no'
miasilea (except short range
Nikes) have !nen pineed in Alas Alaska
ka Alaska yet.

' !' t
Deltiocrats and Republicans
oft, the. national scene exercised
tame,,good harbor that pre.
"all's, between', flobert C. Hill, Re Republican,
publican, Republican, present US alinbassador
to Mexico, and William O'Diyer,
'AemOcrat,'ex-ambassador to Mex.
poli,tics Inrght be a mora,:a mora,:amiable
miable mora,:amiable profession., t
.1'be ',other Ilar, 'Republican 'Hill
gave a luntheon1,-for sofficers of
theMexican Chambers of ,Com ,Comtperca.
tperca. ,Comtperca. lid', the' American Chain Chain:her'
:her' Chain:her' of Commirce in metto,
tpelllocrat O'DwYer, en VOY
from 1950 to 1953, now, a partner
14'4. Mexico atY law firm, was
.,a1r,,,honortd '4uest.
''' One after' another-of the Mex Mexkso
kso Mexkso ,,businessmen, introduced by
fli110 spoke. britfly' and extolled
aheir' host4s "the best, ambassa ambassador
dor ambassador the 1,,Initedk,States ever sent
down here
Finally41111,-.:who has consulted
p'Dwyer on numArous mattera
since assuming the diplomatic
nos in 1957 called on Now
York City's former, mayor to
"I agree with the gentlemen
who preceded me," O'Dwyer be began.
gan. began. "Bob. Hill is certainly the
best ambassador we ever had in

for every two union carpettters who preceded me,' 0 DI
needed. Or a pipefitter for each gait. "Bob. Hill is certal
pipe machine, non-working stew- best ambassador we eve
ars or standby crews for operat- Mexico."
ing engineers.
Things are improving. But aft- When the applause 1
er listening, I'm convinced we generous gallantry hi
need on the statute hooks laws down, the onetime Brool
making it a major crime to grinned slyly and added:

When the applause for this
tentrouq gallantry bad died
down. the onetime Brooklyn eop

knock off a golden-egg goose. -u-s-ed. to

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hire, too, flea upon, time4nd
come DSO, I Pat might be Mov Moving
ing Moving back in. Then maybe Bob
ectme round and ask tor a
job." ,
A mometit' liter Hill' was back
at, the microphone.
snithat Bill was hinting about
the fortunea of politics," he told
his 200 guets, "reminds me of a
story I heard during my last vis visit
it visit to the South.
."They told an old colored man
named Sam that he was going
to be alloyed to vote for the first
time. so he went down to the
courthouse to see bout it.
" 'Can you read and write?'
the county clerk aaked, and Sam
said he could, so they handed
him a newspaper to read. But
the newspaper was in Chinese,
and Sam kept turning it around
and around, not saying anything.

livel 'Come on, Sam,' the clerk
urged. 'If You can really read,
n"."' what's it say there?'
" 'Course I can read!' Sam in insisted.
sisted. insisted. 'And it says here that dog doggoned
goned doggoned few Republicans la goin'
to be votin' in the South Ihis

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'' ',-. PTO PAONTI4 IN iaatinIaNell I '1 ais a s 2 so ,
-0 so i'l s oo
Foa sts MONT141. IN Al:MpANCV ' WASH:11,10TM ''- Tbi big Air- shOwed that Ili recent years boil -.
' le SO"' 24 00
. .. -,.
. ' By VICTOR RI IS II L alane!companiee', which :'-,)tave a the planta-and the facilities fur ' '' ''.
- r. a .- iaangle-hoid--on' defense :missile nished to missile-makers- bY, th. -a- .a,a,,, - I
,': 1 II r fi v
'' rrir M11111 t;OA EAST ST. LOUIS, EL ---Init aroduction have jost Round 1 In government- constitute up 'to 1. '' ''' '
, .ow n was so tougn it ueed t .heir lobbying to increasaprofits. tithes the value of private inyeat,
.rig,,ea leanisiera .ita trout claa They've been trying to ,knock ed'capitaL ,,,o, ', -, ' ' ''' . -.
.-- ,,
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out the renegotiation floes! in The Ways'aial Means Commit --- - i. as., ...
defense contracts, by''',!-whicit- sthe tee, listened, to Vinson. voted t ',-,t' ---- 'V' '' )
- a, ""arrofseemvYe wMaisesrsselpleetpi inhesrte
Pentagon can recover e x eat a a continue the renegotiation claue. -' '' : ' o
SOCIAL SECURITY CLINIC Louis that the mob pimply voteo
profits. This' clausC'expirea ). "S. ,.
. .,
- tour union leaders 'out at office
1100 ', ' 's ' ''N.11 .44, soN Illitiossip: .,.
sir; ,
. And the big ahtraft ,,loHaby HIGHLIGHTS. AND FOOTNOTES '' ,, )
, , wita gems. lannee were forced to Jo.
a ,,,
backed by the National."Associa. aa, ,,
i tan't Seguro social general manager Aletandro de la Guar- quit permaneptly. They. w e r e
tion of Manufacturers mitt the ,..The federal:,Reserve -Board' is '' 1 ; 'as.-
'' -ciii-or. a seeming, conscientious executive, nosomething about Lead. aa,e Daunt survived, but
, ,.,v , :-,' -,8!. ;;;a1:-;-:';':17-r
, U.S. Chamber of,- Commer )yhas worried 'about - consumer credit , .- ,, t -- vill, ,P es;;, ,.
hired aa interesting lobby's -, a nd installament buying; It e --kcorrecting
a situation tnat ailecta many!-,pregnant Wiamcn wnq took the huaL.: ,, --,
So hard Old the local bed Men t ", 'a
, seeK ineocal attention at tne seguro Social Chola? ,' "la. -',- ,..,,::,,,.. "h...oeT: : --.. 1,, ,,,,,
fie is Barron K. Grier torivier S that Ame i
, port r can,lamiles' ire -':' MONO
' This SOS concerns the met that wolaieb who are expecting squee, ze the jogai contraeogsialite
, t,her tient tO
have to go torough the mme iormalitlea,c1,aby 0 Da
tree' base had to be 'hiked up ,,
at on the --nearby Scott Air 2
clerk of the House Wile ',and lungipg into debt at an alarm- '''' f.-. ' .''',,,,,, .,,,, .a
' "Faaat:,, ;
la 1 0--",a -, ,,,a ,4' Means Committee; Grier ., wasn't g rate. --,, ,, .. 4", 4 "'''' ,i; '. '
, see their ooctor
what the hired by accident. The Nays-- suid - a --,,,,, , ,,, .,,, ,,,,, ,,,i,, , 4 '',11''' aa ,,,- ,,- --2: p aira ' ,ao- .. --' :
some $12,000,000 over
Means Committee happens to, mericana are Able to buy ant, - ' j 7 y .
Tne general, procedure is, to apply rotten lappointinent and
construction would hive cost any- '' be A 6 4, -0
' 1,,t'o, :: ' r;f ',., J.KP! .1. ,,'' Pz..,: A
' then wait, in some cases as rnuch as five .,11,t4Ylel1,,,elore 1,;-fie,,,,,r'rottY weere m the' O. S. Anywhere, the key group which must aapass thing 'from swimming pools ,-to
, consult the medico. a 'la 1 that is, except Northern New Jer- o th ten i f the
n,, ,..ti, ,;: L. tainestaliment -lepayliments are !!)'
n e. ex s on o re ego a y ea ns, on the ate ment Nan,
tion bill. ,,,, '',
!.! 1: ;;;:' Ail4,51: ,,,,11' ,; -:. 7 .4.:;-::,..;!,. : :
P-egnant women should not have to go tgarough all th s red ,, accord.ns
i to the experts
t i' it- 'Z,, 1.7 f'4' ',;-;- i t- 4,t ,.
tape and delay to be able to attended to. boats) preference enood c-"
il, .1 'I. .'-1 ''-,, ', a' a;
a Minimum - a:: now the highest In -history; Over- 2 ';''' ;-, ;
be given them to enable them to see their doe ,I,Ih , A way to statyaboosand-dollar Most taxpayers don't realize-, Iti extended dit th F d
al ReserveerBe Oar' de,awYeas oen cell: sr; 14 44 ,..'
1, a:a lal :- i -!
of trouble and waiting. shakedcown ain a construction job but the largest bunk of,,theirAn; a,. a-, ; 1
,' I understand that there Is supposed to 1;i anaternitrooctor we.-
tne prevailing rate. No Con- come tax toes for detente' sPencl- el- thien',g.1,,slat;deinp,respaultotihn. i me.Thisesi-laes- asa
. ' e
stanciing by at all times ready to take careabr emergency cases,
tractor was too big. Six of them Inst. And t e largest part Of i,de- laatra
in the 40th State will be teleVised :4 a -4 lt,, -.'
, ,a",,,, ,a eta:. ,,,
their totems and equip- fense ,spending pies to allie;big
but I speak of situatitms not aa extreme as urgerat ones but witted! pooled
' ,,,,,,a, a fries tt :,' ;
ter,Though Alaska is ( ' ; -''; l',,''''' k'
a'r'' ,aar -'; es ,a, ,' 4-, i,'
could develop into something real serious anst probably tragic ment to build cline!' locks.' TheY airplane and missile, cempanies. bp la wri
eek-and-JoVal !with Siberia, 4., no' ' ,.1" -' ''
, cause they were not handled in time. r ,i ':, , ,. bid in reasonably. They tried to They haven't been -dolot: badly", th
- ti.. , I , ,...... .,-
. I think the good Social Security chief can delsOmething Room, hold down all those unpleasant Boeing. tvhich has wow,:sue :.
aniasilea .:, fetcept abort range a'.' r ,- ; ;' ,..,''', e --- I"
these women getting faster action for their 1118,...,0011f It means, costs. They lost $2,000,000. en the passed Getieval Motors air-itthe Nikes) have-been 'placed in Alas '.' - 'a, r.,' .". 1 '41-. ' !.,1,,,z,
adding two or three more doctors to the maternity attar.- job.
- No.' 1 defense contractors; 'aver. bayef; . -,
After all the organization is able to' lend ,theagovernment mil- One heating company took ita aged a profit on invested, cipital : -,-- .; , i
nernent ill 1 ORISPIDLY BASSADORt -i -, -,,' : ''' ,, ''''''t,,,,-t
lions of dollars which most likely will never be repaid. If the ad- civil rights seriously. It bid in (after taxes), ot ss, 4. AM
1 Air. 1- , ...
. ... L,-
- ik, ,,,,v4,,,,--.(:
,,- ministration Can be benefited with such giveawaya then the SS on a government contract with- 1952, 1953 and 1954. 'Doticatt a a t ,, .a .. i-- a, -,--, 0 -. ) . a--ai, I
can well afford to give people who keep it In extatence adequate out asking the permission of .the craft averaged &bolt, to tter,,rcent .,,u
fli''' Deealenrtiroatiteal,'Isedce'neiteepauerbileciasends t: .2 i,,,, ...,,,, '",.- i, ,,,, :- 1
- locel hood controlling the union. profit in 1953 and 54 ,. Fairchild ota.'
. service.
made 173 percent profit' in110S-1,,, the; la Me -good honor that pre- a ''' '.; ,t'''1 a
,, -Popto-be. Bye-bye business.
profited 71', 'percent, ;on ''- ' II k'4'' 4A.
valli,betWeem flobert C Hill, Re- -' ,''''''
. Soon ,some of the hoods over- Grumman
., ab.,--.1 .' ' ' '' '4Afft'
RAILEDADERs' LEAVE reached themselves in that weird Mita! investment-in 1953; V:t.k' publican,' present US. alinbassador :- : ..,-::!. ,t' 7
sam...e year: Glenn,:,Martin' Itatier,,'" Ile
, .,
, way they have of not stopping
'mecrat,"'Skambassador to Mex. ' '
heed profited 79 'percent ain, All to Moder), mid William O'DtiYer, '," 1- ' ''. ' '.' '''
' SrArt ...
i ..
VI e employes of the Cristobal section o the Railroad Dial 100g epough to count the money
i- war N
sion would like the head of the Transportation and. Termina a Mey have stashed away in small ,P.1.5-4.1 711, oereent hi,,i,531 andf-''' 54i leo, politics Inrght be a more,a : Ra,,,. s' i i;" -I' '
, a ......--",';,, ''-, I :,,,:-'''. : -,
Bureau to look into the matter of our leave. At present it seems bills-enough to hitt several IVIla- 144 n
o h American ,Av at on, averag- foible'
profession., -.44' t, :a.' '' a i - -, I NIA SerliCIOC., ,-1, ., .-.!0 0 ,2 ' ' i.. '
e not allowed to accumulate any tulle at all. Thus. 11, we
;viaev:rsickness in the family, -we have no time saved tan; times- The
1 mi Beach retirement-type 1 i f e- I'd 294 percent fn' 1953.54a --Tette 4 The ',outer
boys won't, be out of Aireraft,averaged 41, percent' tar, 'Republic it VII '''' 4 ''' -''' I '.'-, ; ..! 'a '-,', Y 1. t 1;', 0
4n- ,give i loneheon,1-for sofficeers t ,of 1 '' , ' ', .NN. ' ': ,v ,:
There is one employe who had to go tohospital without hay- jail ontil '02o ,- 19,7 an" 1953. -- a, ,,,,lt'aa' I' thealdexican- Chambers of ,COM- hire, too, once 'Upon, it timia-4Od' ;" "I'. '''''''' i '' '-'' '''' ... '"' '' 1
Ing been able to accumulate any leave. Now he Is therS in hos- They pre' penned in, but hi el e
ev rtheleas thesei
blat,:Itattetta Merge. tail& the-Ammicin Chant- come 1960, I Pat might be mov-
'' tain, hig
pital with no Miley coming in to pay his rent or sus Fest of, conitruction --tile kind of
claries from defen din be al -. a.t. --:,..,'f '- ','
anal) , e,, Commerce .in Motive. ing beck in. Then a maybe Bob ,' :' it .0 1 sts no MOre
, family. ' ' job making which pumps busa want to kill the (renegotiation
Diniaocrat O'Dwater, ,US e li v 0 WI
y 11 come round ,and ask lor a '', "-
- etaavaaawaiasaataaaall ,.
We would like our accumulated leave pcaition tat be reviewe ness life into a community-can clause by Which the, government frOm' tem to agea, now a partner job a r :0,14;,::41Zr.,V 0 ijk 1111 oft I r v Ala 4-1a" 1. A,..44
' Employe. wild for years because of harass- can take a second look., at :'''-'101v in.' I. Mexice Cif-r la
w firm, was , 5- ', -. -;--:cit,:g0ii.W:Viii:P' t U ILLUIlle, b1113 UUDIA
ments and featherbedding. Things company whichioakes too ,tnuch ,awlionored ,'guest. ','"' A moment' liter Hill' watt batk '',aksaa:.':','-ataa-Ka...a::',' '1 '' '
I MEDICAL MONUMENT are better now. money.
One argument la, their e
s. ,,-,-, .. One-aftet another- of the Mex- at, the microphone. a -aa.,....a: aaaaaaaw.-aa...7,,,,', ;- ,
$ i' -- 4 ft Al.:. ft.
i Sir: W. E. Potter
Well, I see by your esteemed journal thatGrov.H ita l
has made some shy proposals for a new Gorges osti I
' some of the skeptics thlnk this might be a poor investment. But the citizenry of bullred
communities .everywhere cross
an. the land should knoti what hap- I
pened here. Before the contrac- risks" involved. It ..toot cruety
o d Carl Vinson of ..,peorgia t
lilmal faith -businessmen, introduced by
HMO spoke.briefly and ',Willed s"What Bill was hinting about
heft' host' ni.--"the best &Wiese. the fortunes of politics," he told
chairman of the Armed 'Bervicel dor Jai ,Unitedlitatis ever sent his 200 guets, "reminds me of a
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I if the US-citizen community in the Canal 'Z,one
tors and the decent unionists and Committee. to Wow this tient ini
, particularly down here."( x story I heard during my last via via;
; via; continues to get smaller and smaller. the civic forces could get togeth- out of the water. ,,
, Finall :1.1111,---who ha on
Y , s c suited it to the South. , logiL-te .---.4111
d it seems to this observer are pointed not to the wsvs avid
th' st I t t ns of . ..a ,, a.
, p Dwyer on numerous Teettera
t But, ever on the lookout ahea
that that a shining new eight or 10-story hosPital, properly air
Id be a fittine er is va region os e
millions of dollars worth of bum- Hean Committee that It s the
. since assuming the diplomatic ."They told an old colored lien' '4t 141 t N
conditioned and with shining new equipment wou
ness. It nearly priced itself out American taxpayers, no,' the Pri- nos in 1957 -7 called on Now na-med Sam that he was going
' '"-till, 01011.1!1' '' -114;ficraa,
., C nal
jewel to leave with an eventually-internationalized 1 at
. ,- Since I am one of those optimists believing frm
Intl solution to all waterways will be to re
to lveve in
tionalistic hande, what better monument th ea.
merica, along with the Panama Cana v he only of
hem from na na1
1 na1 an a mo n
Latin A Ader
der Ader Latin prosperity.
Tney tell me here that th vete companies who "risk" -cap!-
' ter tal In missile contracts; Vinson
Nattily desirable industrial dis- York City's lo
speak. rmer mayor to to be alloyed to vote for the first
time. so he went down to the
- "I agree with the gentlemen courthouse to see about it.
triet nas attracted only ,wo ma- for every two union carpenters who preceded me," O'Dwyer be-
1 ----
a. .,
,, aat,' aaaar
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everyone of th t and
e grea jor plants since the :Ng war. needed. Or a pipefitter for each Ean. "Bob. Hill is certainlY the 'Can you read and write?'
'o Ilt 0 ,9 l'&4ali 1 1 (s-
American medical center to remind At least tour COrpOratiooS Junk- pipe mac
hine, non-working stew- best ambassador we ever had in the county clerk aaked, and Sam ri 1
y; ton?
1. goodly munificence of Washing
m of S8 mil- ed their plans to buito mutanul- ars or standby crews for o,perat- Me
alai. said he could, so they handed
For such a purpose why balk at the paltry au
bon-dollar eXtensions to ote,r cur- ing engineers. him a newspaper to read. But a a :
bona. -One Worldet. rent facilities. Four other big Things are improving. But aft- When the applause for this the newspaper was in Chinese, aluminum awnings ( ,
lirms auanooned cietaileu, blue- er listening, I'm convinced we gentroue gallantry lied died and Sam kept turning it around
JOHN FOSTER DULLES printed projects positively knell- need on the statute hooks laws down. the onetime Brooklyn eon and around, not saying anything.
- email essmANINt MAN .. velantatiON VIAII-ItOOND I
uleo tor tins area. making it a major crime tO grinned PIO and added: Unfelt PIOTICricit4 AIM.
Sir! -

. Why doesn't The Panama American just change its mast- mtmity hasn't yet complete winp, -,-, , o .. , :
head to read "publicity agent for the American Legion, VFW or .
ed out practices such as th,e $110- -ter.e.g(1:'-510::to:::1.:,ktml;09,,.4,m,..i..:::ttftozw.,,:,i,..f..,i,ift:::..yomm::,..ii.scv,A,,:.;....::wil...;.:k.,,,,,:,.....,:..:,:,:..mik,,:mv.,c3x::;i$0.,,,,i,:,,,,.,...4.1"..,,,immv..wftitir.,,,o,..x:,,;:,:..;:mt,;..k,11.;,:::10:x.4,:.,,:,,44.t.Aiz.,,:t..::,0,,,t,,,, :
'any other picture-hungry outfit"? I am sick to death of seeing
' !'' ',pictures of a party for three months running. Can't those Le- Is .i.,..
fa-week naterboy who sees that i::.1:2111.4.:glailWillAiill.tilill,:.4ii.;iiiVERlitO.Mi..:::ili.11iggelf,lnaligail:illgegillWaStainiggiiigiNIORMillal??.... n.,';-;;;;;:lii.!;,404;:X7.l.","':-".7,1.0'"':'.1,l'.'-.:1::.6.-ggillgill. ''
,,.., glen folks do just one simple thing without having it blown up ...Ang stuff is iced before f,..K........i?.iim:,:::...::-.,....:,.F.:.....04:.....::.:,....:::.;::::fm:.:::::..,..x.,0.,:-...:$.:.-,K:iw,f.......:tig:.::,:f4.::;:,,:xmoti:sig!,,i,imxt,::!iek,f4:,....:f.,..,;..ft::..::iii::;::::.0....1.:.:',::0-4;:w.m.p....e.. :4(,,',:!.,..... -..... -";-..''" '-'0 -'-' eei'll",',.':::::.:
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casting these poppies for weeks and weeks: Nobody has yet tried 0
come a harlotl. Thy silver is :'::'''';:;0:af:::;!fg" I sh...411Y l'...:::::.4-::,:'::1':?ell',::'1:::aiii?'):::igli-lii:-...:,:iie:;:::::'ix:i::c::.:;5-:1111,;:l'-iii''':::::::0.::13.,!:!...:!:::i:V.:(4,.;i:Af':.i,50:!:.',:!K:11:21oli:K.'k'.
.,,, 'to sell me one. I see a lone child once in a while waiting for ft:m4.74:;:.:e;$;::e.y.
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: customers in front of the Balboa Ciubhouse. become dross,- thy wino mixed -.0.,::::::-::;':44:! .,. asto g -.,,..... ,p ',...:.iii:,:iiii:ii..a.i.,S.:i2K::-Ar....x:',.t..::.......;;.::.::::::::.:::,-.:::::::::!..;,m:,...17...lks
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My suggestion is that they should gather all the general's, with wate0."!:, .:::::::, 106 1r kto :. ,
, admirals, mayors, governors, ambassadors anti newspaper editors .. :M :,:tk ALTA : d :
The prophet is using three fig- 4.-., II fpn'tit ,.
or the entire fa y. Pay only 7
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t' poppies and kill a whole flock of birds with one shot. Then Majto of his people. The first is the in ,
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I Bored Buddy ,: band. The others are silver. so '. 4:,..
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:6 another arms cache. This raises the question ot What-becomes aware of the degradation which tif 11' '' ,, , -:. 4iAiihilo,:!,,y,,. il 4,0,A1,: 4,,.. .40,,,t ;.,i
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1,-. Of 111 these weapons after they are found. Are they sold? nen while you. 'enjoy AV1ANCA'S world
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t l -Tbere il some suspicion that most of these "finds" are prevt- ,,,-..-r l
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POPPY PICTURES 'Southwest:ern Bell Telephoile.
Ur feet on top of the Those outfits woulan t have
Beer Lover. ppFned shop at a spot selected by
itching a dart on a map. They
are big. But the muscle men
weren't awed. No new big firms a sp,ecia
Ity for 1959 graduates Monday' the 1st.
life is pretty much of :night :nightmare.
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t" admirals, mayors, governors, ambassadors anti newspaper editors :&::-:?? "o! krial : ,d, :
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c poOpies and kill a whole flock of birds with one shot. Then Majt of his people. The first is the in-
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1 '', Bored Buddy H band. The others are silver, so !,:!. -,!. .
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NvE-.11.......;EN'IO'R CHIEF Promoted 'to the Navy's new enlisted gradhe les' memory than to launch a vast
program through the National
' of senior chief petty officer, CPO Edward W. Steele (right) of t e AT THE INDUSTRIAL 1.A9R9EA near Mt. Hope, the alert instructions broadcast by CFN Radio shortly
15th Naval District is congratulated by Rear Adm.. Lewis S. !.'arks,, aCialinse.e.nrg Institut:4 aimed .at van,-
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after, Orpheration Alez:t 5 began T,liesida,y,..n2,orn ing are heard by (left to right) Bert, Cap!.

rEltrit8DAT, MAY 28, 1958

NEW SENIOR CHIEF Promoted io the Navy's new enlisted grade
of senior chief petty officer, CPO Edward W. Steele (right) of the
15th Naval District is congratulated by Rear Adm. Lewis S. Parks,
the Navy's ranking officer in the Canal Zone. Steele, a native of
Othens, Ga., was chief-in-charge of tHe Navy's district military per personnel
sonnel personnel office for the last twp years until his transfer to new duty
last Sunday.

New CZ Society To Hear
Expert On Pubiic Acimin.

--..- 0

The recently organized local
chapter of the Society for Per Personnel
sonnel Personnel Administration will have
its installation of officers at a
dinner meeting in the Fern Room
of the Tiv,oli Guest House tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow evening.
The outstanding event of the
program will be an address by
15r. Robert S. Avery. Avery has
been .chief of the University of
Tennessee Mission on public ad adMinistration
Ministration adMinistration to Panama for the
past year, his second mission to
Panama under the United States
Foreign Opera'ions Ad m instra instraHon.
Hon. instraHon. Avery's work in public ad administration
ministration administration extends over about
two decades, including a teaching
it,llowship -in Amertan govern government
ment government at Northwestern Universi University;
ty; University; personnel tuining officer for
the Tennesseo? Valley Authority,
Admoiti, and a professorship in political
eience st the University .of TenZ7-11;esse'e.
He was Chief of the
of Tennessee Mission in
FWblic Adminstration to Bolivia

Epp led Girl Grad
New Ready To Enter
Eimingham High
Whitson was tly! gradu graduating
ating graduating class today, the first student
to graduate from an elementary
ic:lool at the Crippled Children's
The 13-year-old girl, whose leg
braces and wasted arms show the
t7,--ages of polio, is already look looking,
ing, looking, forward to attending high
ic ool in the fall.
Doris Eas been a polio victim
;ince she was eight. She was
i,ricken at her horle in Fayette
:ounty and spent three months in
in iron lung. She also suffered
?neumonia which brought her
iack to the bospial for 15 months
if further treatment.
Today's graduation ceremony
A7-3 to be a special occasion in
:he lospital.
'.ftv nrograms were printed
3nd Doris, sent special invitations
to friends on the third floor, most
pf them small children, and to
boy patients on the first floor.
O. A. Farr of the City Board of
Education was lto award Doris
her diploma and Dr. Raloh J.
Watson, a physician, contributed
organ music.


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LT. COL,. JOSEPH P. MICI1L, deputy post comma 11(10r of Fort Clayton. presents a Suggestion Award
Certificate tO St& Elmer L. Shannon, of thi,Fort Claton Education Center. Shannon who has
been with' the Center since June of 1956. received the award for instigating the means for maintain maintaining
ing maintaining buildingsldesigned for troop billeting and us ed for staff and service offices. The maintenance
process results in an monetary saving to the Army of approximately $1000. The sergeant
and his family came to the command in Febru ary of 1956, and now live at Fort Clayton. Looking
otit, at the left, is C. W. Wilson, education advisor, Fort Clayton.


from 1955-1957 and for six months
in 1958 was an advisor in public
administration to the government
of Guatemala.
Dr. Avery received his M. A.
degree in 194(1- and his Ph. D.
degree in 1952.
The Cana Zo lie chapter of SPA
now-has 84 inembers, 41 from the
combined military agencies, ?,8
from the canal company govern government
ment government and the remainder from the
interagency personnel office, Go Government
vernment Government agencies in Panama,
and labor unions. The society re received
ceived received its charter in February of
this year, and thus became. the
16th chapter of the nation-al or organization.
ganization. organization. The charter was pre presented
sented presented personally to Edmund
Shaw, deputy director of civilian
personnel, Carihbean Air Com Command,
mand, Command, by Rocco Sicilian, special
assistant for personnel to the
President, on Siciliano's recent
visit to the Canal Zone.
Shaw, who had petitioned the
national Society for Chapter mem membership,
bership, membership, was elected as the charter
president of the new chapter and
will be officially installed at the
forthcoming 'meeting.
Stale Dept. Denies
Harriman Passport
Caused Policv Split
State Department denied yester yesterday
day yesterday that top department officials
split over the decision to author authorize
ize authorize former New York Gov. Aver Averell
ell Averell Harriman to travel to Red
China as a news correspondent.
Press officer-Lincoln White de described
scribed described as, "incorrect" a pub published
lished published report that Walter Robert Robertson,
son, Robertson, retiring assistant ,secretary
for Far Eastern affairs, and Dep Deputy
uty Deputy Undersecretary Robert Mur Murphy
phy Murphy disagreed on the matter.
The report said Robertson "pro "protested
tested "protested violently' against granting
Harriman permission. It said
Murphy argued, however, that
there was no way for the depart department
ment department to say no because Harriman
had been hired as a reporter by
a bonafide news organization.
The State Department an announced
nounced announced approval of Harriman's
application for travel to Red Chi China
na China last Friday. It said then the
final decision had been made at

So Ions Seeks Cancer
Drive As Memorial
To Departed Dulles

Democratic senators, one of them
cancer victim himself, Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday called for an expanded gov government
ernment government effort to conquer cancer
to provide a "meaningful memo memorial"
rial" memorial" to John Foster Dulles.
Their appeal came as the for former
mer former secretary of state was given
a bero's burial at Arlington Na National
tional National Cemetery. The 71-year-old
statesman died of cancer Sunday.
Sen. Richard L. Neuberger (D (DOre.),
Ore.), (DOre.), who underwent cancer sur surgery
gery surgery last year, and Sen. Lister
Hill (D-Ala.), 'a veteran of the
battle for more medical research,
urged a larger federal anti-cancer
program at a Senate appropria appropriations
tions appropriations subcommittee hearing.
A letter from entertainer Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Godfrey, who is now recu recuperating
perating recuperating from an operation for
lung cancer, also appealed for ad additional
ditional additional cancer research funds.
Neuberger ,toll the subcommit subcommittee,
tee, subcommittee, which is considering funds
for the Department of Health, Ed Education
ucation Education and Welfare, that the
cancer research program should
11? increased from 75 million to
109 million dollars.
Noting there had been a "mul "multitude
titude "multitude of tributes" to Dulles, Neu Neuberger
berger Neuberger asked "what greater wav
could there be to honor Mr. Dul Dulles'
les' Dulles' memory than to launch a vast
program through the National
Cancer Institut,4 aimed at van vanquishing
quishing vanquishing the disease which took
his life?"
Hill, chairmn of the sUbcom sUbcommittee,
mittee, sUbcommittee, gave the propo9a1 his en endorsement.
dorsement. endorsement. "What more fitting, 'more
meaningful or more reverent me memorial
morial memorial to the contributions which
John Foster Dulles made to our
beloved country than a higher re resolve
solve resolve to redouble our research
efforts against this killer" Hill
Hill opened the hearing with a
recitation of the Senate's own re recent
cent recent losses to cancerthe late
Sens. Robert A. Taft of Ohio, Ar Arthur
thur Arthur H. Vandenberg of Michigan,
Kenneth Wherry of Nebraska,
Brien McMahon of Connecticut
and Matthew M. Neely of West
vote Unquote
BERLINWest Berlin Mayor
Willy Brandt, on the now circum circumvented
vented circumvented Soviet ultimatum for the
West to get out of Berlin:
"After what we have been
through, we have lost the habit
of being afraid. We refused to be
slaves of a date on the calendar
dictated by others."
Leader Everett M. Dirksen, say saying
ing saying he understood Senate civil
rights backers will launch a
heavy effort for strong civil
rights legislation next week:
"I'd like to see a civil rights
bill as early as possible, and I'd
like to see it done in this session.
If it goes over to the election
year it does not minimize your
difficulty or make the task eas easier."
ier." easier." NEW YORKVirgil T. Blossom
former school superintendent of
Little Rock, Ark., giving one rea reason
son reason he thinks the city had trouble
with desegregation:
"One of the main reasons for
the crisis was the federal
government had no plan and no
policy for carrying out the law
even after the situation at
Central (High School) had become
so chaotic as to threaten destruc destruction
tion destruction of the public school system."
WASHINGTON President Ei Eisenhower,
senhower, Eisenhower, asking Congress to let
the United States share atomic in information
formation information and equipment with
more of itis NATO Allies:
"The introduction of modern
weapons into NATO forces should
be no cause for concern On the
part of other countries, since
NATO is purley a defensivo alli alliance."
ance." alliance." Geneva by Secretary Christian A.
Communist China, as yet, has
not granted Harriman a visa to
enter the country.
(VS Army Photo)


AT THE INDUSTRIAL AREA near Mt. Hope, the alert instructions broadcast by CFN Radio shortly
after Operation Alert 1959 began Tuesday morn ing are heard by (left to right) Bert Davis, Capt.
G. N. Thompson, chief of the Industrial Division and Mrs. Charlotte Kennedy, Civil Defense ob observer
server observer from Balboa. The alert instructions setting the Canal Zone civil defense forces into operation
were broadcast some minutes after all residents bad been required to seek shelter at the "Take
Cover" signal. (US Army Photo)

Collapse Of Wall
Al Houslon School
Kills Girl Roden!
heavy brick wall at McReynolds
Junior High School crashed to
the ground today and killed a
13-year-old girl.
Principal Charles E. Poe said
the 10-foot long, seven-foot high
wall toppled suddenly as students
were preparing to enter the
building. The girl, Gloria Rivera.
was pinned under the wall and
killed Instantly.
The Rivera Girl's father, Joe
Rivera Sr., was standing 20 feet
away. He watched as the wall
crushed his daughter. Witnesses
said Rivera was so paralyzed
fear that he couldn't move to
help the girl.
Rivera had lust driven his
daughter to the school. Another
girl talking to Gloria fled to safe safety
ty safety as the wEdl- toppled 'over;
Poe had "no idea' what caused
the wall to collapse. It was re reported
ported reported that students often played
on it.
Physical eduea tion director
Sam Lefkowitz said the wall top toppled
pled toppled shortly after 8 a.m. "I
dashed out to see if I could help
and I could see this little girl ly lying
ing lying there on the ground,' Lef Lefkowitz
kowitz Lefkowitz said. "Her legs were still
covered by debris. I think she
wag dead.
"The wall runs parallel to a
driveway and is about a foot
thick,' he said.
Witnesses said tbe wall sudden suddenlY
lY suddenlY collapsed "for no apparent
Gloria was talking to another
student, Jean Schubert, 14, near
the wall. The Schubert girl said
she knew "so met hing was
wrong" with the wall and ran.
The McReynolds School was
opened for classes In the fall of
1957. It was the scene of a brief
integration flare-up when a Ne
gro child tried to register. The
principal at that time denied her
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Bayoneted Guardsmen Keep
Close Watch At Cotton Mill

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Bayonet-armed National Guards Guardsmen
men Guardsmen kept a close watch today at
the strike-bound Harriet Hender Henderson
son Henderson cotton mills. Full-scale op operations
erations operations resumed at the mills
last night without incident.
Addition of a third shift
brought the mills to full opera operations
tions operations for the tirst time since the
Textile Workers Union of Amer America
ica America called its members out on
strike last Nov. 17.
Carloads of workers entered the
mills under guard.
Officials here and at National
Guard headquarters in raleigh
had feared that the start of the
third shift might provoke resh
violence. Violence first broke out
Feb. 16 when the firm began lim limited,
ited, limited, one-shift operations. There
was new violence when a second
shift began April 20 after the
breakdown of an apparent strike
Boyd Payton, Carolinas direc director
tor director for the union, was among the
spectators outside the South Hen Henderson
derson Henderson mill as the new workers
reported. He said there were no
union members among them.
Payton admitted, however, that
Ray Faulkner, chaplain of the
two striking union locals and a
member of the union negotiating

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committee, had returned to work
Monday morning.
Payton told newsmen the
union's "big worry" was hcpw to
show "that the guard hasn't de defeated
feated defeated us." He said the union had
been assured of financial support
"for 'a long, long time" and that'
"the spirit of the peoplo will nev never
er never die."
In letter to city and coUnty
officials, Gov. Luther H. Hodges
conceded that the end of the
strike did not appear to be in
sight. He asked local officials to
appropriate funds or 150 to 20
additional officers to permit a re reduction
duction reduction in the number of guards guardsmen
men guardsmen on duty here.
Mayor Carroll Singleton said he
had not yet taken steps to bring
Hodges' letter before the City

LONDON (UPI) The Daily
Herald today quoted a "drive
safely" sign at the U. S Air
Force Base at Alconbury as say saying:
ing: saying: "A cow has the right ot way
because whimsy, not cold logic,
dominates her brain. It'. the
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Percy A. lAwrence and Doyle Snyder, Atlantic Locks em emPloYes,
PloYes, emPloYes, will be guests of honor at a retirement party Friday
evening, June 5, in the Cristobal Skyroom. The party will
start at 6:30 p.m.
The Atlantic Lock Employes Association, with E. C. Stie Stiebritz
britz Stiebritz chairman, is sponsoring the event. All friends and co coworkers
workers coworkers are invited to attend. Tickets and reservations are
being handled by Ernie Stiepritz, 5-169; Ed Millspaugh, 5-421
and T. F. Gibson, 3-2815.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence and their son Arthur plan to sail
on the Cristopal June 13. They will visit in Louisville, Ky.,
with another son, Henry A. Lawrence, and family before
making their home in Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Snyder have planned to sail on the Pan Panama
ama Panama Line July 1 on the lint leg of their trip to Brooks, Ky.

Pro-Mamarlal Day
Dance at Amadei.
A social event of Saturday eve everting
rting everting at the Fort Amador Officers

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Members of Emblem Club 52
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ness oustness meeting luesay, June z, at
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Brazos Heights.
Chapter Plans
Flag Day Luncheon
The Panama Canal chapter of
the Daughters ot the American
Revolution will have a Flag Day
luncheon and meeting Saturday,
June 6, at 12 noon in the Tivoli
Room of the Tivoli Guest House.

A report of the National Congress
wi I oe presented.
Meinters are invited to bring
gustas. seserva Lon:, .boula us
ne,..ore vveonesoay witn Mrs.
Leo A. liJnan, Balboa 31, or
ivlaenner B. nuif, salboa

Dintior Party Honors
Mai. and Mrs. Daiiy
Capt. and Mrs. H. H. Tabert en entettained
tettained entettained last week at a dinner
party tiononng ALIO. and Mrs.
Dean Daily, wno are leaving the
Isthmus in early June for a new
post in Idaho. Other guests In Included
cluded Included Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Despain
and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hauge.
After the dinner, Mrs. Daily was
surprised with a handkerchief
shower given by Mrs. Tabert and
Mrs. Marlene Carpenter. Others
attending were Mrs. June Post,
Mrs. Ruth Goodwaters, Mrs. Lois,
Atfeltranger, Mrs. Ruth Cherry,
Mrs. Jean Bouche, Mrs. VeTna
Call, Mrs. Patricia Homer, Mrs.
Adilia Churchill, Mrs. Jeanette
Crabb, Mrs. Jean Burnette, Mrs.'
Vera Despain, Mrs. Jeane Hauge,
Mrs. Anne Nicely, Mrs. Joan Jud Judkins,
kins, Judkins, Mrs. Lea Hoover, Mrs. He-'
In Gillis and Mrs. Lila Speagle.



JWB Bates Class
The batea class directed by Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Morkray will be held this
evening at 7:30 at the US0-.7WB
Armed Forces Service Center.

Servicemen iind their depmeents,
as well lig other interested persons
from the Canal Zone and Panama
are invited to participate.

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DISCUSSING DISASTER OPERATIONS in the Civil Defense center during Tuesday's practice
alert are Philip L. Dade, Civil Defense chief; Gov. W. E. Potter and H. G. Drake, director of
the Plans and Operations office, Region III, Office ot Civil Defense Mobilization, Thomsville,
Ga. The operations map'showing blast area ne ir Gatun is in the backgrouncL(Army Photo)

Prebysterian in Seminary Job Despite
Editorial Which Doubted Virginia Birth

Dr. Theodore Gill, whose belief
in the Virgin birth was ques questioned
tioned questioned because of a magazine ed editorial
itorial editorial credited to him, was ap approved
proved approved over weak opposition to today
day today by the top United Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian Church governing body as
president of the San Francisco
Theological seminary.
Dr. Gill's confirmation for a
position given him by unanimous
vote of a 30-member board of
trustees of the seminary came
after an hour-long debate at the
closing session of the 171st gen general
eral general assembly of the church.
The delegates rejected by voice
vote a motion to prevent ap approval
proval approval of Dr. Gill, and approved
a commit t e e recommendation
that he and Dr. James Mc Mccord
cord Mccord be approved as preidents
of San Francisco and Princeton
theological seminaries, respec respectively.
tively. respectively. Dr. Gill was editor of the
Christian Century magazine when
an unsigned editorial appeared
expressing doubts as to the au authenticity
thenticity authenticity of the Virgin birth.
One delegate suggested that
Dr. Gill be allowed to speak, al


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though he was not an official
delegate to the assembly. But
Dr. Eugene Carson Blake, stat stated
ed stated clerk of the assembly, ruled
that "Dr. Gill is not, on trial."

A long and comprehensive re report
port report by the church's standing
committee on social education
and action came down for dele delegate
gate delegate approval, rejection or niod niodification.
ification. niodification. The report included re recommendations
commendations recommendations that the church:

Condemn legal "devices which
are directed against efforts to
ahieve racial desegregation.'
Term "right to work' laws as
"detrimental to labor manage management
ment management cooperation" and affirm
tl-at "union membership as a ba basis
sis basis of con t i n e d employment
should be neither required by
law nor forbidden."

()noose the death Density be because
cause because it "tends to brotelize the
society that condones it."
Endorse nlanned parenthood
and affirm that "the nroper use
of medically apnroved contra contracentives
centives contracentives may contribute to the
soiritosl, emotional anti econom economic
ic economic welfare of the family."


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Enth vulnerable
South West North East
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2 V Pass 3 Pass
4 IP Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead-1,4

East put up his king of hearts
at trick one and wals so surprised
when it held the trick that he re returned
turned returned a trump instead of shift:ng
to a spade. West gathered in tus
ace and for want of anything bet.
ter to do led his last trump.- South
was in the lead and took stock of
the situation.

He noted that three no-trump
would have been a cinch and that
success at four hearts depenied
on getting out with the loss of on only
ly only one spade trick. A successful
spade guess would handle that but
South suspected that West would
show up with both the ace and
queen. South also noted that If
West held both those cards and
the queen of diamonds that he
could make the hand and proceed proceeded
ed proceeded to go ahead on that assumption.

He took his last two trumps and
king of diamonds. West let a cou couple
ple couple of spades go. Four club leads
followed and 'West had to make
another discard. He could not af afford
ford afford to unguard the queen of dia diamonds
monds diamonds so he played the queen of
Now all South had to do was to
lead a spade. West took his ace
but was forced to lead a diamond
into dummy's ace-jack.



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North East South Wes
1 Pass 11P -Pau
2 Pass ?
You, South, hold:
4117 VKJ1111 K9111 4483
What do you do?
ADid three diamonds. It
your partner wants to bid Sian
it will be all right with you. U
ke passes. three diamonds should
be sate.

Your partner rebids to tour
diamonds. What do you do now?.
Answer Mondar


Eva Gabor is so smitten with
her current beau, wealthy textile
manufacturer Dick Brown, she's
passing up interesting career ol olfere
fere olfere to spend the Summer with
him in the South of FrginCe.
Ingrid Bergman is anxious to
have her childrn appreciate fine
art, so she takee them on tours
of all the best museums in Par Paris,
is, Paris, with herself as a witty and
knowing guide. Friends say she'd
love it if one of her youngsters
decided to take up painting or
sculpting seriously,
Note to all reporters, column columnists
ists columnists and caption writers: Peggy
King will thank you all never to
mention her name in the same
sentence with Andre Previn as
long as they both shall live. lie's
continually being described as
her "ex-fiance," and vice versa,
and it gets her down. Matter
Chiari's mother certainly hope3
her son will sueceed in making
Anita Ekberg his bride, now that
she's officially divorced from To Tony
ny Tony Steel. Quoth Mom: "Wben
Walter was seeing Ava, he uks
nervous, moody and unpredicta
ble. Since he's been going with
Anita, he's his own merry self."
Can this be true? Although
"Porgy and Bess" boasts in its
cast such beautim as Dorothy
Dandridge and Diahann Carroll,
those who've seen the flicker say
director Otto Preminger d n't
use one closeup in the whole
film. .Hollywood's publicity 3oys
ere having a field day with those
visits from top-ranking foreign
royalty. Right after Susan Cabot
grabbed so much front page
space with King Hussein, Debbie
Reynolds made an editorially ir irresistible
resistible irresistible picture -by posing with
Belgium's tall young monarch,
Movie starlet Irene James
flew East from California to ac accompany
company accompany the Cleveland Indians
on their trip to this part of the
nation. Her interest is star sec second
ond second baseman Billy Martin.
The "Peter Pan" collar is begin beginning
ning beginning to assume as much signifi significance
cance significance in Paris as it had litre
during the Pat Ward Mickey
Jelke headline days. Girls work working
ing working in the National Assembly of offices
fices offices have ceased to wear the demure-looking
collar, because It
played such a conspicuous part
in the costumes affected by prin.
cipais in the recent "Rose Lat.
let" scandal.

Sophia Loren is sticking to a
rigid diet to avoid developing
what is poetically known as "the
spread" and keep her glorous
figure down to the trim demand demanded
ed demanded by Hollywood, if not Italy. So Sophia
phia Sophia sadly admits she puts on
weight after just a few little nib

by Dorothy KU !Olen

In the Balboa Bat
midnight to 3 a.m.
every Friday and Saturday
Cristbal Muitos plays the Organ for the late crowd
complimentary night-cap at 3 a.m.,

an enjoyable social hour
for men and women

Friday, June 12 in the Cabalia Club




TH1721,8DAY, MAY.28, 1959' (0,1

Nes---At the Cannes Film Festi Festi'val.
'val. Festi'val. For instame, she gained two
pounds the morning after a par party
ty party at which all she'd had was a
bit of caviar- and one glass of
Interesting bit of casting at
the Left Bank the other evening:
Isabel Robbins, the pert musical
comedienne, with Daniel Kahn.
missile enguteer. (And wouidn't
you like a taping of that conver conversation?).
sation?). conversation?). .Erich Maria Re Remarque
marque Remarque was almost guarantz.:d
to attract more attention then
any other man attending the pre premiere
miere premiere of the Ethel Merman
"how, "Gypsy." He invited not
only his glamorous wife, Paulette
Goddard, but the celebrity re responsible
sponsible responsible for the whole thing,
Gypsy Rose Lee.
High British circlet; hint that
Sir Winston Churchill is due
for another honor from the gov government
ernment government as a result of his last
trip to the United States, which
was considered to have accom accomplished
plished accomplished a great deal in the way
of good will. Significant quote
from Rita Hayworth: "My mink
is I at least nine years old."
(Then let's give it a birtnday
Jonathan Winters' friends fehr
it will be quite some time belore
he's able to resume his care?r
in television or night clubs. It
will take him another week or E0
to recover from his tragic crack crackup
up crackup in San Francisco, then he'll
be brought East for more test
and therapy. .Buddy Rich will
be a happy chap when he retarns
to the New York scene in the
'Metropole's new upstairs room
'on May 29. His "let's-get-awayfrom-it-all"
vacation with his es estranged
tranged estranged wife worked as he hoped
it would, and they came back
from Haiti reconciled.
The Luau has changed hands,
but a deal for Le Cupicion to be?
taken over by a coalition of jazz
impresarios fell through. Se Sequence
quence Sequence of romantic couples at
Danny's Hideaway: Hugh O'Brian
with 'airline stewardess Barbara
Grimes one night and Hugh 0-
Brian with singer Arlene Fonta Fontana
na Fontana the next night. .The Louis
Prima-Keely Smith record royal royalties
ties royalties groin Capitol have peen tied
up in a $2,500,000 lawsuit field
by Irving Levin, a West Coast
producer who claims he has a
contract with them for a filmed
Tv series, on which they default-0
ed. 1
Perry Como's producers appear
to have settled on Herbert Baker
as the new writer. Mack Benoit
conferred about the job as coau coauthor,
thor, coauthor, but refused to share equal
billing with Herbie, so another
scripter (possibly Billy Freed.
berg) will be hired to assist in
the fun-making.

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Mondays and Fridays
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THURSDAY, MAT 21, 19811
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Crietobal Rainbow Girls
'To Hold Installation
Miss Marion Leach, Worthy. ad advisor,
visor, advisor, and other officers of Crtsto Crtstobal
bal Crtstobal Assembly Two, Order of Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow for Girls, will be installed in
an open ceremony this evening st,
7:30 at the Cristobal Masonic Tem-1
Miss Marguerite Eng kite, w
is completing her term as worthy
advisor, will be the inatalling of officer,
ficer, officer, and Rev. Theodore Frank Franklin
lin Franklin of the Margarita Union Church
will be guest speaker.
All Eastern Stars, Master Ma

Second Forced Landing Mails
Rescue Of Cuba's Raul Castro

HAVANA (UPI) Maj. R a u 11
Castro, fiery commander in chief
of Cuba's armeit iorces and
younger brother of Premier Fidel
Castro, was rescued unharmed
but rain drenched yesterciay
after a might in a desolate man mangrove
grove mangrove swamp on Cuba's south
coast. where nis plane was forced
down Tuesday night.
In an unusual chain of events,
the Cuban Navy amphibious
plane bringing Raul and his party
to safety from the swamp yester yesterday
day yesterday was forced to make an emer emergency
gency emergency landing at 3:05 p.m. e.d.t.
at tne Army's Camp Freedom
headquarters outside Havana after
it damaged its landing gear while
attempting to make a water land landing
ing landing earlier at Varadero.
The plane made a nose down
landing and skidded some 300
yards before coming to a stop
while fire engines an ambulances
stood by. No one was injured.
Upon alighting, Castro said he
had spent 16 hours without drink drinking
ing drinking water in the swamps and had
be9 bitten by "thousands of mos mosquitoes.'
quitoes.' mosquitoes.' He said life fighting in
Cuba's mountains had been hard
but "in Cienaga de Zapata it was
horrible.' He said he had never
had such a rough time in his life
as "two forced landings in 24
Three other military men who
were with Castro on the plane I
Mrs. Eliza Bryan
Dies; Funeral
Sel Fof This p.m.
Funeral serviceo ere to be
held this afternoon for the late
Mrs. Eliza Bryan, who died yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon at Santo Tomas
Hospital, following ,a lengthy ill illness.
ness. illness. The services were scheduled for
3 p.m. in Cristo Rey Church with
burial afterwards in the Jardin de
Paz Cemetery.
A native of Jamaica, Mrs. Bryan
Is survived by her sons, Frank P.
and Ralhord (in Jamaica), her
daughter Mrs. Lucille Fray, sev several
eral several grandchildren and two great greatgrandchildren
grandchildren greatgrandchildren in addition to other
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vited invited to attend. rietresnmsn.s will
be served i.n the banquet ball fol following
lowing following the ceremony.
Miss Rima Ripon
To Graduate With
Magna Cum Lauds
M'sq Rima Elisa Ripo 11, &Right &Righter
er &Righter of Mr. and Mrs. Salvador ICpoll
of Panama, will graduate magna
cum laude Saturday from St. .,"10
ry's College, Notre Dame, Isk
A Kappa Gamma Pi neishiee,
she will receive a Bachelor of
Arts degree in Christian culture.
also were rescued. The plane had
been on a mercy mission, seared searedmg
mg searedmg ior a helicopter in winch Mai.
Luis Diaz Lanz, eine' of tde
force, anu two aides mid crashed
alter taking the two Castro
orotners anti an otficiai party on
a visit of inspection to the vast
and wild Cienaga de Zapata
Raul's Cessna plane was for
hours feared to nave crasned anti
the tate ot the al-year-old revo.u revo.utionary,
tionary, revo.utionary, whom elite' Castro- has
narped aS Ins heir apparent in
the July 26th revolutionary move movement,
ment, movement, was 11111EDOWn. A-resinent
bianuel urrutut nau ordered a
large civklian and military air
fleel, out it dawn to search for
The Cessna, which was carry carrying
ing carrying only an hour's fuel supp.y
wnen it took off Tuesday, was
signted from the air at a spot
auout 150 feet tniand between
witn HatinguanicOE River and De
Ia Broa cove on the south coast
ot Matanzas Province. Its unaer unaercarriage
carriage unaercarriage was smashed in the
forced landing but the plane was
otherwise unaamaged.
Raul and his party were taken
out of the rain-swept swamp by
a Cuban navy amphibian plane.
A helicopter had dropped food foodstuffs
stuffs foodstuffs to be stranded party dur during
ing during the rescue operations.
Raul's plane was first sighted
by the pilot of a Cubana Airlines
plane, one oi many thrown into
an intense aer:al search for the
missing men. The search was di directed
rected directed personally by Premier
Castro, who Pew from Havana to
Batabano and witnessed the res rescue
cue rescue from the air.
Raul Castro has been a figure
of extreme controversy in the
Cuban revolution. He studied for
a time behind the Iron Curtain
and has been frequently accused
of Communist sympathies. Pre Premier
mier Premier Castro has denied that his
brother is a Communist, however.

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Volunteers To Aid
Servicemen Al JVIB
With Voice Discs
Two of the LISO-.111Bts corps of
volunteers have agreed to render
a new and much-wed weeldy
service on behall of servicemen
and their families.
Beg Inning Monday, Leonard
Gordon and David Rosenblatt,
bota of whom are employed by
the Panama Canal Company, will
devote two hours weeklyeyery
Tuesaay trom 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., --
4 assis,ng servicemen in ,naa,ng
their own voice recordings on aiscs
wh',ch can he easily sent home in
tneir own nano, mailing envel envelopes.
opes. envelopes. ,..ese young men will also re record
cord record for any berviceman a mag magneuc
neuc magneuc tape recoraing of his chosen
message, verbal letter, soliloquy
or monologue.
Toe discs tor the regular re
comings are available at the-LISOJWB,
together with tne envelopes.
Those interested in tapes will have
to supply their ownany standard
Scotch Magnetic Tape can be
usedthe length a mattn ot indi
vidual requirements.
Charily Raffle
To Be,Sponsored
By Cristobal KW
The Cristobal Council 1689,
Knights of Columbus, announced
the start of the sale of raffle tick tickets
ets tickets for their charity raffle, 1959,
under the chairmanship of Paul
J. Brooks.
For a donatign price of $1
ticket, the Atlantic side council
is offering the opportuni,Y to win
rt 1959 or 1960 Chevrolet sedan as
first prize, a second prize of a
hi-fi stereophonic record player
and third prize of a portable type typewriter.
writer. typewriter. The winning numbers viral
be the numbers for 'the Panama
1,Wery on Sunday, Sept. 6, On
each of the preceeding Sunday
feom June 21 through Aug. 30
preliminary prizes will be given
which consist of 50 KC raffle tick tickeLs
eLs tickeLs free for the second number
and 10 KC. Tickets to the holder
of the third number for each Sun Sunday
day Sunday of the preliminary period.
:ickets for prizes in the raff-
will be honorecl in the republic
as well as in the Zone.
The proceeds of the raffle will
lic usedby the Knights of Colum Columtits
tits Columtits Council in their charity work
among the needy. For many years
the Cristobal Council has given
suopor,'. to the poor in this area
helping the old-aged, sick and or orphans.
phans. orphans. With increasing costs, more
funds are needed to cot-II:nue th,s
vvork. This ralle will help to ful fulfil
fil fulfil that need.
Tickets can be purchased from
members of the Knights of Co
iambus or at the Margarita 'and
Balboa Columbus Clubs.

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!Firing To Be Conducted
On Both Sides Next Week

All this week, between 7 cm.
and 5 p.m., the 4th Gun Battalion,
517th Artillery, will conduct car car,bine
,bine car,bine and M-1 rifle qualifications
at Empire Known Distance Range
' and the Empire bivouac Area.
itThe maximum altitude will be 12,-
1500 feet and the maximum hori hori!zontal
!zontal hori!zontal range will be 3500 yards.
On Wednesday, automatic pis pistol
tol pistol firing is scheduled for the Fort
Davis Small Arms Range, where
;troops from the gun battalion will
ibe firing for record. the range
will be in use between 1 and 3
p.m., with tlye maximum altitude
2000 feet and the horiz6ntal range
1700 yards.
The Pifia Field Firing Range
and Pifia Light Artillery Range
will be in use from 6:30 a.m. to
1 p.m. Friday. Troops from the
Jungle Warfare Training Center
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be 12,500 feet and the maximum
horizontal range will be 3500
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day basis. The maximum altitude
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training area all week, also firing
on a 24-hour-a-day schedule. Pis Pistols,
tols, Pistols, rifles, mortars and recoilles
rifles will be among the weapons
utilized. Maximum altitude will be
5718 feet and the horizontal range
is 7400 yards.
On Thursday, live firing of in
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at Venado Field Firing Range, be betwen
twen betwen the hours of 7:30 a.m. and
4:30 p.m. Maximum altitude is 148
and horizontal range will be 235

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Ace Relievers McMahon, Staley Again Come To Rescue Of Faltering Startert


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Brave Fireballer Bails Out
Spahn While Wynn Gets Help
From White Sox Knuckleballer

NEW YORK, May 28 WM) Spealdng of
perfect pitchers," how about Don McMahon of the
Milwaukee Braves and Gerry Staley of the Chicago
White Sox?

Neither has started a game this
season, much less pitched 12 per perfect
fect perfect innings, but manager Fred
Haney of the Braves will take
fireballer McMahon and manager!
Al Lopez of the White Sox will take!
knuckleballer Staley when a spot-1
less relief job is required to wrap'
up a victory.
The ace "lock-up hurlers" did it!
again yesterday when the Braves,
beat the Pittsburgh Pirates, 4'3,
to retain their three-game Na National
tional National League lead and the White
Soz downed the Cleveland Indians,
5-1, to move within one game of
the top rung in the American
McMahon, who has a perfect 11,
1.000 slatt to show for 12 relief ap appearances,
pearances, appearances, needed only three
pitchesall strikes to put down
a ninthinning Pittsb!urgh rally and
preserve Warren Spahn's '252nd
'major ,eague win.
The Pirates, suddenly coming to
life after 26 consecutive scoreless
innings against Milwaukee pilca pilcatrig,
trig, pilcatrig, had rallied for three runs and
had the tying run on second base
when McMahon took over and
bombed three strikes past Dick
Schofield to end the game.
Staiey, w ho has only a 1-1
won-lost record but an amazing
0.58 earned run average in 18 re relief
lief relief appearances, saved the 256th
victory of Early Wynn's career
by:halting a ninth-inning Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland rally. Staley replaced Wynn
with runners on second and third
and one out and retired Minnie
Minos and Rocky Colavito with
ot5t permitting a run to score.
The San Francisco Giants blit
red the St. Louis Cardinals, 11-4,
the Cincinnati Reds routed the
Philadelphia Phillies, 10-4, and the,
Los 'Angeles Dodgers defeated the
Chicagb C'ubs, 4-1, in the other Na National
tional National League games.
TheNew York Yankees shailed
the Btyston Red Sox, 3-2, and the
Washington Senators beat the Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore Orioles, 6-0, in other Al,
Ed Mathews hit his 15th homer'
and Johnny Logan drove in two
runs to lead the Braves to their
fourth victory in five meetings
with the Pirates. Vern Lawlike
Harvey Haddix on Tuesday night
saw his punchless mates waste
re' eafuxi scoring opportunities be
fo they finally came through
w h too little, too late in the
ni th.
art Torgeson and Sherman Lot Lott
t Lott e"''
lar homered to pace an eight-hit
White Sox attack that raised
Wynn's, season record to 7-3
Wynn has beaten the Indians sev seven
en seven straight times over the last IWO
sehsons and Chicago has beaten
Cleveland in seven of 10 games
this year. Wynn atruck out sevcr,
raising his league-leading total to
Willie Mays and Orlando Cepc Cepcda
da Cepcda hit homers as Johnny Antonel AntonelII
II AntonelII WOn his sixth game for San
Francisco. Stan Musial homered
his first in two seasons on the
West Coastand Gino Cimoli had

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Iwo hits for .the Cardinals. Gary
Blaylock suffered his second setback.

Bob Purkey squared his $ea
son record at 5-5 as Frank Rob Robinson
inson Robinson clouted two homers and
Vada Pinson and Ed Bailey hit
one ach for Cincinnati. Robin
Roberts, ripped for six runs and
eight hits in three innings, suf suffered
fered suffered his fourth loss against on only
ly only two victories. Ed Bouchee
and Willie Jones had three hits,
each for Philadelphia.
Don Drysda!,e struck out 11 bal balters
ters balters to lift his N.L.-leading total
to 81 and yielded the Cubs' only
run wOen Ernie Banks hit hits
1Ith homer in the sixth inning.
Duke Snider's fifth hit in 10 pinch pinchhitting
hitting pinchhitting appearances drove in one
Los Angeles run in the fourth in inning
ning inning and Ron Fairly's triple spark sparked
ed sparked two-run burst in the fifth.

Bill Skowrores two-run eighth in inning
ning inning homer was the margin of
victory for the Yankees who nev
ertheless remained 16 percentage
points behind the seventh-pi,tce
Bed Sox.

Pete Runnels cut Boston's &li &licit
cit &licit to one run with a two-run hom homer
er homer in the ninth but then Ryne Dur Duren
en Duren relieved to save the victory for
Duke Maas who had carried a two twohit
hit twohit shutout into the final frame.

Camilo Pascual pitched a no nohitter
hitter nohitter for six innings and wound
up with a two-run homer in the
ninth but then Ryne Dunn reliev relieved
ed relieved to save the victory for i.),Ive
Maas who had carried a twoiiit
shutout into the final frame.

Camilo Pascual pitched a no nohitter
hitter nohitter for six innings and wo,nd
up with a two-hitter as the S,m S,mators
ators S,mators tightened their grip on
fourth plaoe. Harmon Killebrtw
blasted a three-run homer in the
first inning to raise Ins homer to total
tal total to 16 and his runs batted in
total to 36.

Memorial Day
Summit Tourney

A Memorial Day cross-country
golf tournament will be held at
the Summit Ili Ils Golf and Coun Country
try Country Club for members only at
8:00 a.m. Saturday morning, May
30, 1959. A fifty cent entry fee will
be assessed each entrant with the
money going towards golf mer merchandise
chandise merchandise which will be given away
as prizes.
Any Summit Hills Golf Club
'member may enter this tourna tournament.
ment. tournament. All golfers must sign the
tournament register before p,ay p,aying.
ing. p,aying. A cross-country layout plan
will be given each golfer as thtv
sign the register. All golfers are
requested to exercise extrme
caution in playing the cros,T,-country
tournament on Saturday.
There will be flights for men
and women with with prizes being
awarded at the conclusion of Way
Saturday noon.

19 Madison Square Garden fight
card features three unbeaten Cu Cuban
ban Cuban boxers in 10-rounders. Welter Welterweight
weight Welterweight Florentine Gernandez
meets Stefan Redi of Passaic,
N. J.; lightweight Carlos Hernan Hernandez
dez Hernandez engages Luke Easter of Ran Rankin,
kin, Rankin, Pa., and lightweight Douglas
Vaillant faces Jimmy Grow of
Boise, Idaho.

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I Kerwin MATHEWS in 1
"The Lost Blitzkrieg"
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Rhonda FLEMING in
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PIO per CAR!
41111 111111111 1 MI OM


(Based on 100 official at bats)

Aaron, Mil.
Burgess, Pit.
Logan, Mil.
Mays, S.F
Pinson, Cin.
Temple, Cin.
Bouchce, Phil.
Cepeda, S.F.
Bruton, Mil.

National League
G Ab R H Pct.
, Mil. 39 167 33 72 .431
ss, Pit. 36 123 12 44 .:i..58
, Mil. 40 140 20 48 .343
S.F 41 166 38 55 .131
1, Cin. 41 170 33 56 .329
e, Cin. 41 169 30 55 ..325
ee, Phil. 39 143 20 .322
, 40 160 27 51 .319
a, S.F. 40 157 27 50 .318
1. Mil. 32 128 25 40 .1313

American League

Kuenn, Det.
Fox, Chi.
Ka line, Det.
Maris, K.C.
Runnels, Bos.
Strickland, Clev.
Colavito, Cleve.
Gernert, Bos.
Mantle, N.Y
Wood ling, Balt.

32 128 16 48 .375
40 163 23 60 .:Afi
39 158 21 53 .335
32 125 25 41 .328
38 143 24 46 .322
30 104 20 33 .317
38 150 24 47 .312,
36 130 19 40 .308
'31 118 23 36 .305
36 105 13 32 .305

Runs Batted In

Aaron, Braves
Banks, Cubs
Robinson, Reds
DemfAer, Dodgers
Mays, Giants

Killebrew, Senators
Triandos, Orioles
v, Athletics
Lemon, Senators
Lollar, White Sox
Allison, Senators

Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Banks, Cubs
Demeter, Dodgers
Boyer, Cards
Cepeda, Giants
Mays, Giants

Killebrew, Senator
Colavito, Indians
Lemon, Senators
Maris, Athletics
Jensen, Red Sox
Triandos, Orioles

Face, Pirates
Klippstein, Dodgers
Mizell, Cards
Burdette, Braves
Antonelly, Giants
Elston, Cubs

m, Orioles 6 0
White Sox 4 0
Yankees 4 0
r, Orioles 4 0
h, Indians 5 1

Wilhelm, Orioles
Shaw, White Sox
Larsen, Yankees
Walker, Orioles
McLish, Indians


3 1






(Based on 4 or more decision5)
W Pct.
Pirates 6 0 1.00G
ppstein, Dodgers 4 0 1.000
:ell, Cards 5 1 Sill
-dette, Braves 8 2 .80C
onelly, Giants 6 2 .75C


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1 090

Rochester, Montreal
Go Into 2nd Place
Tie With Buffalo

NEW YORK, May 28 (UPI)
Rochester and Montreal closed
ranks in the International League,
standings last night to set up a
three-way tie for second place
a mere half-game off the top.
The Red Wings secured a dead deadlock
lock deadlock with the Royals and the Buf Buffalo
falo Buffalo Bisons by stopping the first firstplace
place firstplace Miami Marlin's 3-1. Gene
Oliver's llth home run of the year
tied the game for Rochester in
the fourth inning and the Wings
scored single runs in the fifth and
eighth to givf Cal Browning his
fifth win of the season.
Montreal clubbed Columbus, 12-
2, with a six-run eighth highlight highlighting
ing highlighting the Royal scoring. Sandy A Amoros
moros Amoros end Clyde Parris homered
for the Canadian club to back Tom
La sord a 's fourth triu mph
Havana homer hitting spelled a
3-2 defeat for Buffalo as Tony
Gonzales, Leonardo Cardenas and
Borrego Alvarez contributed round
trippers. The victory put the sixth sixthplace
place sixthplace Sugar Kings two games off
the paoc.
A three-run outburst in the
ninth inning enabled Richmond to
down Tomntoo 5-3.

4 P"'"----7
JanP Rustsell in
"Fuzzy Pink Nightgown"
Arthur Franz in




;IEFORE THE BOUTClassy US featherweight Ike Chestnut.
who scored a convincing ten-round decision over Panama 126-
oound champ Jesus Santamaria at the Colon Arena Sunday night.
poses with former local featherweight king Isidro Martinez in
Chestnut's corner before the fight got underway. Martinez de decisioned
cisioned decisioned Chestnut in a Washington, D.C., match early la,st year
before coming home to lose the crown by kayo to Santamaria
in June of the same year. In the picture (left to right) are
Ricardo Walcott, who served as Chestnut's Colon valet and sec second;
ond; second; Martinez, Chestnut and Whitey Bimstein, Ike's New York
trainer. (Foto Fernandez)

the New York featherweight wdo
knocked the fight out of Panama
126-pound champ Jesus Santama Santamaria
ria Santamaria and fought his way into tbe
hearts of Isthmian boxing fans in
general and Colon enthusiasts in
particular, left early yesterda:i
morning for his home accompa accompanied
nied accompanied by his trainer Whitey Bun Bunstein.
stein. Bunstein. Chestnut fed Santamaria a diet
of left jabs, liberally seasoned
with an assortment of other
Wows, during most of their ten tenrounder
rounder tenrounder Sunday night at the Co Colon
lon Colon Arena to give the local idol
the first licking of his 19-bout

Despite the Colonite's great po popularity,
pularity, popularity, Chestnut's victory was
well received by all mainly be because
cause because of the classy, convincing
manner in which he obtainect It 1
and also because of his sportrnanil
ship during the bout, the flattering
remarks he made about San Santamaria
tamaria Santamaria after the battle and the
manner in which he conducted
himself among the Colonites whom
he accepted as his pals.
Chr,sstnut said he would have Pk
ed to stay in Colon longer than he
did, but wanted to be home in
time to attend a dance to be
sponsored by a group of Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian residents of New York at the
Rocking Palace Saturday night.
The 28-year-old Negro boxer,
ranked sixth among the world's
fighters in his class by The Ring
magazine, Monday night gave a
'dinner party for a group of Colon
boxing people at one on the city's
leading eating houses.
Present were Jeff Joseph, Colon
Boxing Commission vice-president;
Reinaldo Pengelly and Lin Dun Duncan,
can, Duncan, the young promoters who put
over Sunday's highly successtul
card; former local featherweight
king Kid Chocolate II, who was
Ike's main sparring partnor dur during
ing during his visit and Ricardo Walcott,
a Colon youth who served as
Chestnut's valet and second.
At the party, young Walcott,
who reportedly got a "generous
amount" from the Statesider tor
his work, devoured complete
sizzling steak and pork chop
orders much to the amusement
and amazement of his host.

IIMSTEIN, a cherub counten countenanced,
anced, countenanced, bald little man who has
spent 45 of his 63 years in the fight
game, also had a reason for going
home to the Bronx quickly.
Bimstein, who has handled ma many
ny many wellknown boxers, one of tile
latest being former heavyweight
contender Hurricane Jackson, Is

Fight Results

HARTFORD, Conn. Graham
IIolmes, 144, Manchester, knocked
out Charlie Washington, 140, New
York (0); Jimmy Monts, 164,
Hartford, knocked out Joe White,
162, New York.
HOUSTON, Tex.Cleve laud Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, 215, Houston, knocked out
Ernie Cab, 219, New York (8).
McKESPORT, Pa.Art Swi Swiden,
den, Swiden, 195, Pittsburgh, Pa., out outpointed
pointed outpointed 011ie Wilson, 188, hart hartford
ford hartford (10).
MOBILE, Ala. Guy Sum lin,
145, Prichard, Ala., outpointed
Tony Duns' 149 Now "Viaann

training Swedn's Ingemar Johans Johansson
son Johansson for a title match with world
heavyweight monarch Floyd Pat
terson at Yankee Stadium June '25.
Whitey was folNowed around
by admiring fans just about as
much as Chestnut was and the
wise cracking old geezer seem seemingly
ingly seemingly enjoyed every moment of
the attention he and his fighter

ACCORDING to official figures
4685 persons paid a total ol $6079
to see Chescnut wallop Santama Santamaria.
ria. Santamaria. The visitor picked up a guaran guarantee
tee guarantee of $3500, with expenses paid
for himself and his trainer, tor bls
night's work. The local boy re
ceived 20 per cent of the gate, or
$1215, for getting bounced arot4nd.

The breakdown of the gate re- 1
ceipts was as follows: general Ld Ldmission,
mission, Ldmission, ($1.50), 3500 persons; g,)n g,)neral
eral g,)neral ringside, ($4), 96 persons;
and reserved ringside, (65), 89
The unofficial seSting capacity
of the general admission section
of the Arena is 5000. It was gen generally
erally generally agreed that there was
not an empty seat in the stands
during the program and hund
reds of standing $1.50 patrons
crowded the floor around the
ringside area.
THE BIGGEST take in the
tory of the Arena was prodth;ed
by the Federico Plummer-Percy
Basset clash several years ago
which ended in a draw. Last June
the Duncan promoted champion championship
ship championship bout between former feather featherweight
weight featherweight king Isidro Martinez :.nd
Santamaria brought 66500.
Santamaria dethroned Isidro by
kayoing him in the tenth heat of
a scheduled 15-rounder.

Rainbow City Plays
Paraiso in Soccer
Opener Tomorrow

The Tigers, representing the
Paraiso High School, and lite
kickers from the Rainbow City in institution
stitution institution will open the 1959 soccer
season on the formers home homeground
ground homeground tomorrow afternoon.
While riding the crest of suc successes
cesses successes through the past four years
the Pacific Side defending cham champions
pions champions will not only be seeking their
first victory of the selson, but in instead
stead instead will be endeavoring to kecp
their slate clean from defeat.
having won ton consecutwes
games over the past two seasons.
Last year the squad did not al
low a single goal to be chalked up
against them.
Paraiso will feature an almost
new eleven when thte outfit takes
the field tomorrow as many ot
the old boys have graduated.
However, the presence of Patrick
Brown, John Hogan, Alfred Da Davis
vis Davis and Hoge lio Pacheco, promi prominent
nent prominent rookies of the regular squad
last campaign will be among the
many newcomers.
, Pacheco will advance to the for forward
ward forward line this season while Hogan,
Brown and Davis like last year
will ccmtrol the defense area.

for Saturday's 43rd annual 500-
mile Speedway race have thier
last chance today to test their
cars before the big Memorial Day
classic. Qualifiers will be given a
four-hour period, noon to 4 p.m.
to iron the kinks out of the racers.

They're Finally
Breaking Up
NY Yankees

NEW YORK (UPI) They're
finally breaking up the Yankees
and, oh how it hurts!
A Kansas City deal was only a
forerunner, so don't go away be because
cause because there's more to comeor
rather, more Yankee players due
to go.
"Sure, we're trying to land an another
other another pitcher,' admitted a vexed
Casey Stengel after his collapsing
world champions dropped their
145h game in their last 21 starts
by bowing to Boston, 12-2, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night, "but where are we
gonna get one?"
Best guess is at Baltimore,
where the third-place -Orioles
have pitchers to spare. Paul Rich Richards
ards Richards even might consent to trade
fast-baller Milt Pappas. All he's
asking in return is Gil McDou McDougald
gald McDougald plus a pitcher.
Acquisition of Hector Lopez and
Raph Terry a pitcher they
originally ownedfrom the Ath Athletics
letics Athletics Tuesday in exchange for
Tom Sturdivant, Johnny Kucks
and Jerry Lumpe was merely the
first step.
Stengel is so strapped for pitch pitching
ing pitching that he already has nominated
Terry (2-4) to pitch against the
Orioles today.
The way they're going, what
other choice do the Yankees have
than to trade?
P.S. Casey ain't saying so pub publicly,
licly, publicly, but privately he still thinks
Le can win.

Patterson Fight
With Johansson
Said in Jeopardy


NEW YORK (UPI) The Floyd
Patterson Ingemar Johansson
heavyweight title fight at Yankee
Stadium, June 25, seemed in jeop jeop:ady
:ady jeop:ady today because of the follow following
ing following developments:
Promer Bill Rosenshon issued
a "declaration of independence" a against
gainst against Patterson and manager Cus
D'Amato and threatened to sue
thPm for "big money" if they
tried to shift the fight to some oth
cr city.
Rosenshon disclos edthat
iecord-breaking guarantee of $600.
600 against the gross gate had
bcen withdrawn by the multi-Intl
lionaire Zeckondorfs Bill, Sr.,
and Bill Jr. because of unfavor unfavorable
able unfavorable publicity about awarding the
theatre-TV rights.
Rosenshon admitted, "I don't
know what D'Amato will try to do
row because of his dissatisfaction
with the New York State Athletic
'Commission's ruling last week a against
gainst against Harry Davidow, the man
he had picked to manage chal challenger
lenger challenger Johansson.
Despite the unhappy situation,
ycung Roseshon said he would
take the personal gamble and try
promote the international 15-
rounder with his own money, "of
which I've already ventured $100,-
000 for outdoor advertising, depo deposit
sit deposit on the stadium rental, etc."
Although the promoter shares
only in the gateand not in TV,
radio or movies he said, "the
gamble should not be too great
because our advance ticket sale
already approximates $$300.000 and
I can break even on a $500,000

Irr RefiKes Share
Of Gate To Snorts
Groons In Olymnics

MUNICH, Germany (UPIIThe
International Olympic Committee
(IOC) refused yesterday to give
individual sports organizations a
share in the gate of the Olympic
The decision meant that world
track and field championships and
other rival meets may be set up
in the near future to compete
with the Olympics.
The IOC made the far-reaching
decision by a vole of 32 to 20,
with one abstention, against a
proposal by the International Fed Federations
erations Federations governing the 21 Olympic
sports. The federations demanded
that a surcharge of 3 per cent be
Put on Olympic ticket prices to
help defray the administrative
costs of the federations.

New York Reserves
Decision On Title
Of Ray Robinson

New York State Athletic Commis Commission
sion Commission completed Sugar Ray Robin Robinson's
son's Robinson's hearing yesterday and re reserved
served reserved decision on whether to
vicate his middleweight crown.
Chairman Melvin L. Krulewitch
told reporters, "you will be given
ample notice before we announce
our decision."
Some boxing men believe the
commission has taken the case
under advisement in order to give
the 39-year-old champion more
time to arrange a title defense
against ex-champlon Carmen Ba Basilio
silio Basilio in New York state.


National League

San Francisco
Los Angews
St. Louis

W L Pct. 013
25 14 .641
23 18 .561 3
23 21 .523 412
20 20 .500 513
21 22 .488 6
20 21 .488 6
17 23 .425 9
15 25 .375 1012

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

Yesterday's Results
St. Louis 011110 000-4 3 3
San -Francisco 023 010 03x-9 7 2
Blaylock (2-2) and H. Smith.
Antonelli (6-2), Worthington and

(Night Game)
Pittsburgh 000 000 003-3 9 2
Milwaukee 010 111 00x-4 9 1
Law (4-2), Gross and Burgess.
Spahn (6-5), McMahon and

( Night Ga me)
Philadelphia 000 300 001 4 10 0
Cincinnati 202 221 01x-10 14 0
Roberts ,(2-4), Simmons, Rodri Rodriguez,
guez, Rodriguez, Meyer and Sawatski
Purkey (5-6) and Bailey.
(Night Game)
Chicago 1
Los Angeles 4

Annicharico, Bell In Finals
Of Rodman Club Championship

The two best golfers at the Rod Rodman
man Rodman Golf Club had no trouble dis disposing
posing disposing of their opponents in the
semifinals of the Rodman Club
Championship over the weekend
as Annicahrico downed Fred Mil Miller
ler Miller 3 and 2 and George Bell with
his hot putter 'knocked out. Chib
Manager Frank Ellis 5 and 3.
Annicharico, the consistent long
ball hitter with the short back
swing, and George Bell, whose
troubles with his new driver are
compensated by the hottest putter
on the Isthmus, will tee off on Sa SaWrday
Wrday SaWrday morning to determine the
new Club champion.
In the first flight it would ap appear
pear appear that the saying "The Ma Marines
rines Marines have landed and the situa situation
tion situation is well in hand' may well ap apply,
ply, apply, as Col. Dick Wallace, com commanding
manding commanding officer of the Marine
Barracks and his supply officer
,Capt. Doug Wade, ran roughshod
lover the field and will go at each
other for first flight top honors on
Saturday. Over the week-end Co Colone!
lone! Colone! Wallace beat Capt. Hargett
two up and Doug Wade eliminated
Mickey Kaplan 3 and 2.
Not confined to the officer ranks
is the above saying about the ma marines,
rines, marines, as another leatherneck, Mas Master
ter Master Sargent Joe Krize, swept past
Joe Sipe, in the second flight semi semifinals
finals semifinals and will take on the Army's
Boyd, who eliminated, Hal Still.
These matches promise to be
close and exciting and it is antici

Hector Lopez Key Man
In Yankees-K.C. Trade



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NEW YORK (UPI)--The N e w
York Yankees, desperate for help
in their efforts to get out of the
American League cellar, turned
to their Kansas City "farm club"
Tuesday and acquired Hector Lo Lopez
pez Lopez and Ralph Terry in a trade
for four players.
' In exchange for Lopez, a 26-
year-old Panamanian Negro in infielder,
fielder, infielder, and Terry, a 23-year-old
righthanded pitcher whom they
once owned, the Yankees sent to
the Athletics pitchers Tom Sturdi
vant and Johnny Kucks, third
baseman Jerry Lumpe and an another
other another player to be determined
"before next season."
In making the trade, the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees defied criticism of their fre frequent
quent frequent dealings with Kansas City.-
This was at least the 14th player
deal consummated between the
two clubs since Arnold Johnson
became president of the A's upon
their transfer from Philadelphia
in 1955.

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The Yankees now have eight
players acquired in trades with
the A's. Besides Lopez and Ter Terry,
ry, Terry, they are: Pitchers Art Dit Ditmar,
mar, Ditmar, Ryne Duren, Duke Maas
and Bobby Shantz; infielder Gletis
Boyer and outfielder Enos Slaugh Slaughter.
ter. Slaughter. Terry, who had an 11-13 record
with the Athletics last year and
was only 2-4 so far this season,
originally was traded to Kansas
City along with Billy Martin and
Woody Held in the deal that
brought Duren and Harry Simp


American League

Kansas City
New York

24 14
24 16
23 18
20 22
17 20
17 22
16 22
15 22

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

Yesterday's Results

Bell (4-3) and Fitzgerald.
Wynn (7-3) and Lollar.



Pct. 015
.600 1
.561 Vs
.476 6
.459 6127,
.436 711
.421 8 :
.405 Na,

Boston 000 000 002-2 5
New York 000 010 02x-3 4 1"

De lock (5-2), Wall and Daley.
Maas (3-2), Duren and Howard.

100 000 000-1 5
000 013 01x-5 8 0,


(Night Game)
Washington 300 021 000-6 12 0
Baltimore 000 000 000-0. 2 0
Pascual (4-4) and Naragon.
Portocarrer o(0-4), Zuveririk;
Harshman and Triandos, Ginsberg.

Detroit at Kansas City (postponf
ed, rain)

pated by the dub officials that
most of the members will be on
hand to see them and participate
in the other events of the day.
In the ladies flight, incomplete
returns indicate that Elaine Bar Bar,nes
,nes Bar,nes will easily cop the champion championship,
ship, championship, having turned a complete
36 hole net medal score for 148.
Her nearest rival at this stage of
the tournament is Ruth Wallace
with 156 and Liz Weber with 158.
Following are the scores that have
been posted by the ladies:
Elaine Barnes (36 holes) 148.
Ruth Wallace (36 holes) 156.
Liz Weber 136 holes) 158.
Gert Bridges 436 holes) 168.
Mil Myers (36 holes) 195.,
Betty McGuire (27 holes) 118
Bert Wade (18 holes) 80
Skee Miller (18 holes) 86
Mildred Hiegel (18 holes) 93
All members qf the Rodman
Golf Club and the Composite Re Recration
cration Recration Fund are reminded that
Memorial Day events start at 9
p.m. Saturday, May 30 with a flag
or Scotch foursome tournament,
and pitching and putting contests
which will be the only events for
which a small charge will be
made. Everything else is free in:
eluding hot dogs, beer, soda, cock.-
tails and a sumptuous buffet.
Prizes for the vitching and put putting
ting putting contests will be Navy re relief
lief relief raffle tickets for the. 1959
Chevrolet station wagon.


son to the Yankees on ,June 151,,

In Chicago, General manager,
Frank Lane of the Cleveland In:
dians, an outspoken critic of Yark,.7:,
kee operations, commented sar sarcastically
castically sarcastically that apparently b o II,
George Weiss of the Yankees felt
Terry now "had enough sebaten4
ing" with the As and though he,
should be brought back.
Sturdivant and Kueks, two
righthanders who have had
pressive records in past seaJoni.,
have been of little help to ths
floundering Yankees so far this
year. Neither has pitched in a,
winning game so far this season.
Kucks Is 0-1. Sturdivant, a 16-
game winner in 1956 and 1957, Lur-.
rently is 0-2 with the Yankees. TM
29-year old ,Oklahoman
three ,starts land oelieved fog',
Kueks, whe had an 48-9. reeordl
as a Yankee rookii in 1956, haat
lost his only decision this season seasonThe
The seasonThe 25-year-old sinkerball thrower
has made one start and relieved,
in eight games.
Lumpe, who will be 26 next
week, hit .340 in 40 games for the
Yankees in 1957. But his average
slipped to .254 last season and het
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SANDWICH, Eng..,(UPI)--ririve
Americans,' including Welker Cup
stars Hyndman, Jack Nick Nickhut
hut Nickhut 'and ,,Deane' Semen, fought
their ivay 'into the rountV of 16
Mitt British Amateur golf cham,
' pionship Wednesday with two yic yictortes
tortes yictortes each over local favorites
from England and
Two Europeanbised American
Master Sergeant
Harold' Ridoley Havrtownz I
Pa., and Lieut. Bob,, Magei-'
Newton Highlands, -Mass. also
made it by upsetting two British
Welker CUISPere.' But U.S. hopes
for,the title were flealt etvere
when U.& National Amateur
ehampion Carley ,Coe of Oklaho Oklahoma
ma Oklahoma tityrwas, upset by a little littleknown
known littleknown -Briton on. Ite morning
Four 'Amyl), at the end of nine.
Coe staged a brilliant rally but
lost 1 up to .25-year-old Murray
Lawrence, a former Oxford Blue.
Lawrence was beaten in the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. 'With Coe, the pre-tournament
faverite, sent to the sidelines,
Hyndman moved up as leading
U.S. choice.. The 43-year-old in insurfing
surfing insurfing executive from Abington,
Pa., scored his fourth straight
lop-sided triumph by eliminating
Tr Mikes Page of England, 6 end
5 and Graham Dudley of Eng England,
land, England, II and 6. In four matches so
far, Hyndman has lost only three
Nicklaus,. 19-year-old Ohio State
sophomore from .Columbus. Ohio,
bad two squeakers, winning on
th4 .16th green from Tony Stark
of England! and on the 19th, where
be blasted -out of ,a -trap to within

Otte.foot of -tie' pin, Against Noel
logarty Of-Ireland,
Bemaifo:. 22-yearold ,iteitcomer
to interlational play from Bethes Bethesid,
id, Bethesid, Jold4, ousted -Charley Cope Copestake
stake Copestake of ,,England,,5 and 4, ,aud
Sean'ticDermott of Ireland, 3,up.
Itidgley,; the 44-year-old Air'Force
Vettrin- who retched tho final
two leers' etio, won almost 'as he.
pleaseit'from 'Michael Fitzpatrick
of Ireland, 4 ,and 3, and in an'
equally keasy, upset of :British
Wilker:Cupper Michael ,Bonel-,
lack, l'snd 3.,lionallack defeated.
Lieut.',:Aill',.Gibson of Louisville,
Xy.,,in-lt.holes on the morning
Magee', a 28-year-old ex-caddy,
was the major Yank surprise
among the last 16 survivors. He
scored 14in victory over' Fred
Binns Of England In the morning
and upset Alan Thirlwell 'of Eng England,
land, England, 6 and 5. Thirlwell, a reserve
Walker !Clipper and former Eng English
lish English champion, was a finalist last
Maj. W. D. Henderson, former formerly
ly formerly of San Francisco and now a
London business executive, de defeated
feated defeated TommY B3rrne of Ireland
in the morning but 1,14 in tho
afternobn to Harry Bentley, of
England, 1 up.
The '1 defeats Tuesday and
Wednesday of Coe, Billy Joe Pat Patton
ton Patton and Tommy Aaron removed
the three Walker Cupners
who lost singles matches to Brit Britons
ons Britons two weeks' Ago.
Beth bet among the home forces
continued to be defending chem.
tlin :too Carr of Ireland, who de defeated
feated defeated Lindsay Itenfew of Scot Scotland,
land, Scotland, 4 and 3, and W. G. Pierce
of England, 2 and 1.

NEW YORK (UPI)Gamblers
who once infested the nation's
bowling alleys practically have
disappeared frotn the lanes, na-'
tionel match game bowling cham champion
pion champion Billy ;Weill, said today, be betaw
taw betaw the top level bowlers are
concentrating on earning an ave.
rage of more than $30,000 a year.
"In the old days, the top bowl.'
err spent their time looking for
loigenns1 they could clip in privately-arranged
- Matches,' We lu
explained. -"In tbese times, with
, bowling having grown so large,
there is simply too much monav
available in tournament win win,.
,. win,. tangs.'
'The answer pol.v..,-for the pro
tit well, as for 'you average bowl bowlersis
ersis bowlersis concentration.
"I can't pay attentien to my
game properly if I'm worrying
ibout- tomeone 'On another alley
thd how, helte:dohig against me
lit a privatelsidelibeV said the
sfx-foot. four-inch? Texan. "I have'
te concentrate solely on- my own
tame, rest between, 'shots and
eontemplate my next shot, I can't
Anything else to distract me
from my battle with the alley.'
Take A Lassie
:The average bowler; meaning
you et me, take a lesson
' from Wits he' insists.'
-"Most 'average bowlers like to
' have a- number of side bets," he
said. "Well, if you only bowl
once 4;14 wbile, this is part of
Sae enjoyment of the game. But
3 'You ars reallit serious. about
;improving your adores. knock off
the side beta. You can't do y r
self Justice if you are racing
from one. Alley, to another, be beiyeen
iyeen beiyeen shots to see bow the Other




guys are doing. You have to re relax
lax relax and concentrate only on your
own game."
This is Welu's secret formula
has he prepares to square ofU
against such aces as bowler of
the year Don Carter, World In-'
vitational champ Eddie Lubatiski,
Masters champion Ray Bluth, Na National
tional National Doubles, ,champion Tom
Tom Hennessey and Eastern king
Lin (Wrong Foot) Campi in the
Champions' tournament at Madi-.
son Square Garden tonight.
That Ain't Hay
This is a round-robin tourna tournament
ment tournament ip which each contestant
rolls a ,two-gathe series again
each bis five opponents, TI
winner will dreg down $1.000
40 per cent of the, net gate. tilt
ain't 'hay, but it is typical
what has' bapnened sinco howling
came out elite basement estab establishments'of
lishments'of establishments'of 'a' generation ago.,,,
addition to his "cut'out the
betting'. tip. Billy tays that most
oecaolonal bowlers 'make two oth other
er other major mistakes.
-,The ;first is that they aiproach
the foul lin6 tno fest," he argues.
"The second is that they throw
the ball instead tit rolling it This
isn't a difficull. gime. Simply an antwoach
twoach antwoach the foul line-in an accen accentuated
tuated accentuated walking pace and then let
the ball roll off the fingers natu naturally.
rally. naturally. 'Met-about ill. there to
Conaidering that the 220-pound
'Welts has the slowest, most tielib-'
erste' and easiest"approach and
delivery, in the' game, and con con'aidering
'aidering con'aidering the way hit makes it poi
off,. the -t ,Aindoubtediv tiat
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LEGION JUNIOR BASEBALL CHAMPIONS Ppsolor the r ,piclure with team sponsor Jack McGrath, general manager of Pemco.
The team copped the pennant with an enviable record of 16 wins in .18 games. Pictured above from left to right are Nick Flores
(manager Valentin Speer, P011 Rogers. Jim Price, George Camby, ,Jimmy Barnes, Allen Scott, Chico Martin, Ray AMato, Archie Car Carroll,
roll, Carroll, Charles Carroll, Charles Bradshaw, Jack McGrath (sponsor); Sims Allen and Richard' Morris.

Weak of May 21
Special Natica
Teams bowling ,this 4eek, May
28, at th'e Curundu 'fowling Cen Center
ter Center are:
Team No. 12 Blue Star, bowling
Team No. 9 Balboa Beer on al alleys
leys alleys 1 and 2.
Team No. 10 Martini Vermouth,
bowling Team No. 5 Tivoli Tra Travels
vels Travels on alley's 3 and 4.

Note,to team Captains:
Instruct your team members
that changes in bowling centers
will appear in newsprint every
Thursday night, and morning:
Le,ague standing sheet with bow bowlers
lers bowlers current average, pot handi handicap
cap handicap will be On the Curundu bulle bulletin
tin bulletin board. Be sure and check new'
bowlers handicap and average as
it changes each week until bowler
has bowled 12 games. This could
be th'e difference in winning or
losing points. (Always Check opponents).

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Me Lane and R. Soyster 621
T. Keeler 317
R. Novey 606

High individual name (Scratch)
Mc. Lane 237
R. Novey 232
R. Soyster and
C. Ehremberg 2Z7

WO individual Avorage
Mc. Lane
H. Zost
R. Soyaier 1
C. Ehremberg

Kent Cigarettes 4 Cafe, Duran 0
Kent caught the coffee boys
ruf stride whO have been averag averaging
ing averaging 2400 or better scratch. Looks
like Kent can't rose for winning.
Ely was high with a big 590 De
Luca had 509 and Alvarado 504.
Sutton was high for Duran with
a fine 542 and Lachman had 480.
Good Year- Tires' 3 Zenith rt 1
This wail a bang up series and
close all the 'way, The TV boys
took the fist game, but the rubber
boys pulled up their boot straps
and took the next.2 and total pm
fall. Curly vdth two 200 games was
high for Good Year with a fine
550, Lane had 515.
Dick SoYster anchor for Zenith
was 'high with good SU,. trete
Balboa Beer 4 :Lincoln Life 0
The suds boys,' hottest team in
the league, out side of Kent, have
vott their last 14 points out of 18.
Of course Lincoln missed their
star bowler Zost whe is ori the
injured list. 'Palm' was high for
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Luttenberger 515. T. Keeler high
for Lincoln 539 and Zost with 10
less average had 510.

Blue Star another hot team has
won 16 out of their last 20 points
jumped on Hillman with their
last 20 points jumped on Hillman
with their star bowler missing,
Bob Wand. Lickfiekl was high
for the dairy boys with 505. To Tolandwith
landwith Tolandwith blind score was high for
Hillman with 489. Those blinds will
kill you.
Pops! Cola 3 Tivoli Travels 1

The Cola boys after getting a
Pepsi talk from team captain.
Bruce 'Hassler got back in'the win
column and took Tivoli 3 for 1
Ritter; w a s for Colao 4with
469. King high for Tivoli 495 Thi Thibault
bault Thibault was blind for Tivoli., and
could of made a difference as there
was only .18 pins separating, total
scratch pin fall.
Astra Products 3 Martini 1
'Phis although a rather low
scoring match was a close one
and again Marti. ni ,bowling a blind
hurt them. Ed Lowande had a good
night and was high for Martini
with 504. Mc. Lane the big run
for Astra WaS top man with 621.

Major Leagbers 3
vellum!' 0
The United States Military to
Venezuela bowling team took a
crack at the Balboa lanes against
a selection from the Major
The Missions gave 'the Major
Leaguers a rough time in the
opener. In fact, going into the last
frame, the bowlers from Caracas
were ahead ,by two marks. How However,
ever, However, the local pinsters rallied to
noze out the visitors by 15 pins.
Mac Lane, number two man of
local bowling, led the two squads
with a 203. However, Claus
Kleischmann, the supposedly Liw
man on the squad, scored 184
whicih contributed a great deal to
the local victory.

After the first game, the Mis Missions
sions Missions lost qheir touch and the
match became a romp for the
Major Leaguers. Bit Mac came'
back with a 222 but cooled off to
a 168 and a 592 series. This Wa3
the best series like visitors have
seen on their' local tour. Others,
who threw 200 games were Milt
Castleman of the visitors, and
Bud Balcer, number one bowler
of the Isthmus, both with identi identical
cal identical 202
Tony Romeo of the Venezuela
troupe continued his good per performance.
formance. performance. He has rolled in three
different establishments, and yet
has scored 500 series on each of
the strange lanes.

Wait. Sheeler 158 -- 180 338
Kleischmann 184 154 150 48g
Paul Smith 157 113 270
Chuck Bagley 171 161 -- 332
Tony Romeo 195 189. 156 S40
Sid Sperling 136 136
Milt Castleman 128 202 330
Tots Is 860 775 770 2669

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Hal Kae lin
Bud Hiker
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151 185 181 517
160 170 491 521
184 154 150 488
178 171 202 551
202 222 168 592
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Tigers 23 9 'A
Hits and Mrs. 22 '10
Loafers 19 13
Knol Kitts 15 17 ,'
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Jumpers 13 19
Rolling ive 13- 19
Unlucky ive 9 23
Tigers 2 Jumpers 2
Although the first place Tigers
topped 131 more pine than the
Jumpers, the best -they could Pa s
an even split. All of the Tigers
had their best game in the' open opening
ing opening round, which they took by DS
sticks, whereas the Jtimpets tJok
the second game by 11 and the
finale by 13.
Four Tigers went over the 5C
hdcp figure. Grace Moss was the
tops with 547 and her man Bert,
was next with 524, one better than
Jack Butler, and Billie Ketree
with her 501 completed the roster.
A fair lady was the standout fOr
the Jumpers when Chris Woods
pumtheled the pits fbr -575 hdep.
Katz, N -Jammers 3 t
Hits and Mrs.,I
The Katz N Jammers played a
dirty trick onthe heretofore fkrst
placers, Hits and Mrs. by winning
three of ,the four points. La fa familia
milia familia de Gomez were the chief
culprits as far as the Hits- and
Mrs. were concerned. Julio lltiRi
530 hdep and Mary 500. or the
Hits and airs, Bob Hansen tatrrt
509 and Marge Worthen
Loafers 3 Kool Kati I
There was no loafing in 'the
ranks of the Loafers, who pranced
to a 3 to 1 win over the 1:oot
Kats. The Kool Kats were netng
frozen for all four, when they
thawed out in time to win the last
game for their solo credit uhit.
Two big guys carried the Loaf Loafers
ers Loafers Load; Roy Nichols 500 and
Dan Cardin 579 both hdcp. or the
Kool Kats, Jim Mingin fatteeticd
his league leading average with a
519 scratch, and teenneer, Carule
Rouse had an even 500.
Polling Five 3
Urthicky Five I
In the battle of the "Fives", the
Unlucky broke the varrier with a
win by 18, but the 'Rolling' group
slammed the door and swept the
remaining three points. The male
contigency of the Rolling ive did
all the heavy work; Chuck Ingcam
533, Bill Fish 559 and Vern ayet ayette
te ayette 504, all hdcp. For the cellar
dWellers, Hal Uffelman scored
546 hdcp.

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Field & Stream

Dog Editor
If a dog is a hazard in yeur
home. don't think you're doing the
kind-hearted thing by giving it to
some other family.
A friend had a Weimarener that
insisted, on biting ,any strangers
that approached.
He found candidate to take
the dog and drove out to deliver
him, The initial conversption took
place uneventfully, but when the
farmer reached out to accept the
papers our owner offered him,
the dog grabbed him.
An owner offered a btautiful
Great Dane to anyone who would
guarantee lt a good home. A
couple in modest circuinstances
decided 'that they could manage
to feed the big dog by making sa sacrifices.
crifices. sacrifices. Not until a situation involving
some excitmeht occurred did they
becomeaware of the dog's Mao,.
bility andithen'Atthe expense of
a mangled forpirm.
Feeling that It was ptirely co coincidental,
incidental, coincidental, the couple made no
decision at the time. Shortly af after,
ter, after, another incident resulted in a
second 'similar accident. Now a
woman carries two disfigured
arms for life.
Sothetimes a dog is utoo active
tor a' limited environment or too
milch dog for 'the disciplinary or
training aptitudes of the owners.
Sohletimes a cute p,uppy grows to
be more than what was arflicip arflicipatect
atect arflicipatect 'HolAterouness and poor man manners
ners manners are. not necessarily instab instability,
ility, instability, and in the proper hands can
be, medified to behavior with
which people can live quite hap happily.
pily. happily. If you own a dog that exhibits
dangerous tendencies consult
your dog expert, or vet.
If it' is, evident that the dog is
a liability' temperament w i s e,
don't pass the buck.

dose to the Game

Arnold Palmer, the top money
winner on the pro circuit hi 1958
with earnings of 842,607, loves the
games so much he is locating his
new home right next to the La Latrobe
trobe Latrobe Country Club golf course
just so he can get in all the prac practice
tice practice he wants when not on tour.

East Lansing, Mich. (NEA)
Michigan State placed six
football -players on the 1957 All AllBig
Big AllBig Ten first team, marking the
largest one year representation
on the All-Conference squad in
Spartan history.

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Onl the 'Strength of ingemar
Johnsson's testimoby In open, .of .oftidal
tidal .oftidal hearint, it would seem that
Cus D'Amato has forfeited all
'rights to manage fighters, and
if this is so, the New York State
boxing solons should move im immediately
mediately immediately t revoke his license.
The aroma was'niore suggestive
of shaketiewn 'than' smargasbord
as the handsome BWecte reiterated.
from the record yesterd'ay that
he was forced to accept an Amer American
ican American manager of D'Amato's clesig clesignation
nation clesignation in order to get a match
with Flod Patterson, the heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight champion.
Johansson once more declared
that 'originally D'Amato wanted
the American' manager to be cut
in for 33 1-3' percent of hts ea,rn ea,rnings
ings ea,rnings ova a span of five years, but
when he protested, "they finally
settled for 111 percent."
Previously the challenger had
identified Bill Rosenshon, the pr.:-
motet of record of the scheduted
Patterson-Johanssan June bout
here, and Edwin Schweig, D'
Amato's mouthpieoe, as the "they
who spoke for the champion's
The promoter disclaims any
knowledge of the matter. But in
a book co-authored by the fighter,
Johansson is specific as to Rosen
shon, quoting him and an un-.
named D'Amato representative as
warning: "You must do this or.
you do not get the fight."
When the manager D'Amato had'
eventually selected to landie the
challenger against his champion
(a former partner who tnow, pri prisides
sides prisides over an aristocratic 'Brook 'Brooklyn
lyn 'Brooklyn hash house) applied .for- a
liceme yesttrda, -srilons

promptly ushered him,' ,to the
license yesterday thi A soliins
described him as a "mere stooge,"
and added vvith vehemence: "This
whore thing stinks to high heav heav,
, heav, en."
The solons acted in. radmiratie
contrast to heir Indianapol
brothren, who blandly countgnancT
ed identical procedures in the
recent Patterson-London fiasco,
which 'saw one of D'Amato's old
pals promingntly active in the
Britisher's corner.

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Among the conditions imposed
on Johansson, was that the man-,
agor D'Amato picked for him was
to back one fight a year in which
the fighter would have no voice
whatever. The significance of this
is lost at first glance, and it's im importance
portance importance somewhat dimmed by
D'Amato's magnanimous insistence
that he had no financial interest
in the deal, and sought none.
Actually, this is where D'Amato's
real strength lies in the contracti
A piece of a manager's piece is

trifling ,compared to absolute con, Al
trot of the Swede's major nine-, :
ties in this country. Thus armett armettD'Amata,
D'Amata, armettD'Amata, could maneuver the boy
as he Rod, screen all his op opponents,
ponents, opponents, rebuild him as a challeng challenger,
er, challenger, if it came to that, and if it
did, and the market continued ie ieceptive,
ceptive, ieceptive, there cciuld be more and
more of the' same, as in the days
when Jack Britton and Ted Lewis t
met every other Tbursday-nignt.",-;
Operating hehind a screen of,
noisy. self-proclaimed righteous righteousness,
ness, righteousness, D'Amato's been able to get'
.awey with more weird stuff chani,44
even the. most brazen rougues or"
the sport ever dared. Bette taco -If
has fought only setups. In one, -hr, t'
'had his own referee. In another,
D'Amato ran both camps. MAI
until exposed in the sports pages,
he was moving in on the Swede. ','''
This, then, is in the light in which
the man must be judged. The
halo and the wings were only
stayie props, anyway.
Ethics vs. Law
Our boxing fathers have no
choice but to put DAmato on the
stand and examine him under '-'
oath. Their responsibility to poub.',
tic and sport make this imorti..
five. And in the process', some -"t
light may be shed on where the '''
unethical ends and the unlawful 4
D'Amato's attempt at justifica
tion, namely, that' he "through
it would, be much better if JoLan-,
sson had an American manager,'
whom we- could both trust''
to explain why. the original bite
was to' have been of 33 1-3 per- I."
cent. Was the American manager
tp be trasted proportionately' less' ""
On the Compromisedi'10 percent?
And pretisely at what ptilotw
does a business 'arrangement '1,,tts.
come a shakedown, and 'viCitt,
versa? Also, doesn't duress 1001
compulsary obedience against the,,,
individual's will and desire? One
,more thing': If muscling in 074,'
fighters is Outrageous when a,,
Frankie Carbo does it, IV what-A
moral standard, does it become
only good, clean fun when sOmei'
body else eyes it a whirl? r'

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smoother, clearer. softer and more
attractive. Ask tor Iklixoderm at your
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you have a commercial
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Foster cottages. between Siete
Clara and Rio Nate. New tow
Petits. Phone Balboa 1666.
Ganef! Bliss' private Guest House
on Santa Clara Beach...Modern
iences... New sun dock
Playerfund with barimcue, bad badminton,
minton, badminton, ping-pone. archery. etc.
Accommodates S. Navv 3812.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Dave 1. de P. Monne Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1177 Crime lial 3-16 3.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Gam lea 302.
IHouses I
FOlt RENT:--Furnished chalet 3
st bedrooms, living room, dining
- room, bar, kitchen, patio, com completely
pletely completely a 1 r-conditioned, "F"
treet Cangreio No. 10. For in information
formation information call 3-4619 during
office hours.
FOR RENT:--3 bedroom chalet,
porch, office, 2 bathrooms,
maid's room, garage, leis
for play ground, Campo Alegre,
$20000. Phone 3-1184.
FOR RENT:--3 bedroom chalet,
spacious living room and dining
room, terrace, kitchen. maid's
room, wash tubs, hot water. 10th
Street Fajta la. Phone 4739.
FOR SALE:Completely furnish furnished
ed furnished concrete house (chalet) 2
bedrooms, hot water, extra lame
porch. Rood facinp Faki Ila Air Airfield
field Airfield No. 109. Call 3-0553.
FOR RENT:Foreished chalet
living-dining roam. 3 bedrooms,
mald's teem, garage. For Infor Information
mation Information tall Tel. 3-4641.
FOR RENT:Vatation quarters;
three bedrooms; fully furnished;
from mid-lune to mid-September.
Balboa 3079.
ICommercial Sites 1
FOR RENT: 316.80 square
meters, suitable for a warehouse
workshop. garage, S Street. be between
tween between Automobile Row and Fran Frangipani
gipani Frangipani Street. close to Auto
Servicie. $235. Phone 2-0481
office hours.
Boots & Motors
FOR SAL.2t IS foot Diesel
powored work boat. must sell this
week, This boat fully equipped,
is priced to sell at 12500.00.
Call Balboa 2-1419.
Special Offers
WANTED:Office man, kilin kilin;
; kilin; goal, knowledge of accounting.
SONAL. PERSONAL. Peikard's Building Tel.
2-27S7 and 2-0451.
United States District Court For The
Distrirt of The Canal Zone
Balboa Division
the matter of the estate of Bride
Z Phelps. Deceased. No. 9532, Probate.
Notice of Time Set For Proving Will
And Bearing Application For Letters
NOTICE is hereby given that a peti petition
tion petition tor the probate of the will be
Bride Phelps. deceased; and tor the
hisuance of letters of administration
with the will annexed to Mainert J.
Peterson was filed In this Court on May
13, 195L and that June 4. 1959 at 9,
o'clock a.m., in the Courtroom of this
Court at Ancon. Canal Zone. has been
'let or the hearing of said petition.
when and where shy person interest interestipd
ipd interestipd may appear and contest same,
and 'how cause, if say, why said peti petition
tion petition should not be granted.
Dated at Ancon, Canal Zone, this
May 13, 1999.
Sara de la PM&
Clerk of Court
By Marian D. Bouen I
Deputy Clerk et Criurt.
Advertise in
Goners! Agent
Gibraltar Lite ins. Co.,
tot rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0222
'Monday thru !friday
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RARD0-14. 14 "1r Street MORRISON-4th of July Ave. A J St- LEWIS SERVICEAve. Tivoil No. 4 FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDUKS Cesare
PARMACIA LUXItt Central' Ave. HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGEJ. Fee. 401a Owns Ave. lie. 41 FOTO DOMEJust Arsamene Ave. ID St. FAR.
MACIA VAN DER .11S-10 Street No. SI FARMACIA EL BATURROParque Lelevre 7 Street FARMACIA "SAS"Ifta ?arras III NO ADS1S
Beside Bella Vista Theatreand Branch at Minimax Super Market on Via lupe COLON OFFICE: IStit and Almaden Guerrero No. 14,1121 Tea. 43ten.

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FOR RENT:--Beautiful 2 bed
room apartment in the best area
of Campo Ae Igre. Maid's room,
individual wash tubs, garage. En
quire 51st street beside the
Guatensalan Embassy.
FOR RENT:---Apadment at El
Cangreio, completely furnished:
hvo bedrooms, living room. din dining
ing dining room, maid's room with bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, garage, hot water. Phone
1-2883 or 3-1318.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment. all commodities. Cha Chalet
let Chalet Apartment. Ricardo Arias
Street, Campo Alegre. Tel. 3-
FOR RENT:Modern 2 bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms apartment, hot water, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, etc. Cangreio, 78 Via Ar Argentina,
gentina, Argentina, Call Tel. 3-2052.
FOR R ENT :Completely fur furnished
nished furnished 2 bedroom house for six
months, starting May 25, nice
neighborhood, 95th St. No. 43
$185.00. Tel. 3-4994 office
FOR RENT:--Modern 2 bedroom
apartment in El Cangreio Devel Development.
opment. Development. All ned and hot
water installation. Further parti particulars
culars particulars call telephone Panama 3-
4946. Atter houn 3-6737.
FOR R E N T: Comfortable
Cristobal. Garage facilities. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 877, Colon.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
apartment in Canortio hot wa water
ter water with tank. Tel. 1-6589.
Boy Scout Roundtable'
Canal Zone Boy Scout Round Roundtables
tables Roundtables will be held on the Pacific
and Atlantic sides June 3 and June
8, Scout Commissioner Robert F.
Boyd announced today.
The Pacific side meeting will
be held on the 3rd at 7:30 p.m.
in the Panama Canal Training
Center at Balboa.
'The Atlantic Side Roundtable
meeting. will be held on the Sth
at 7:30 p.m. in the Margarita Ser Service
vice Service Center.
Boys also announced that Wes Wesley
ley Wesley Kennedy has accepted the post
of area commissioner in charge
of roundtable meetings.
Millionaires Club
To Hold Meeting,
Night Of Fun
The Milionaires Social Club will
hold a meeting tomorrow night
to discuss the campaign of their
queen candidate Miss Mercedes
Sermonar, who is vying for queen queenly
ly queenly honors a contest sPonsored
by Los Aihigos del Pueblo.
The meeting will be held at the
home of Victor Osborne, One of
the officers of the club.
On Saturday night, the club will
sponsor a night of fun on behalf
of Miss Sermonar at No. 12 ".1'
Street, apartment S.
The party will feature dancing
to recorded music, food and re refreshments
freshments refreshments and door prize.
Er, to q1,00 qn. rt. of modern
of new "ELGA" Building
Large private parking area
in rear Janitor and night
watchman services Air
Conditioning optional Via
Espafia on 46th block
office space on second floor

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Government Em PloYes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
on new ears
No. 43 Automobile how
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
An Types 0 t Auto Insurance
35tit Street & Just Atooemena
A Building First National
City Bank at New York (branch)
sarnouncas lin new telephotos
1-Ilart and 3-710

FOR SAL.1:--1956 4 door lily lilymouth
mouth lilymouth sedan, good tires, 5900.
Cali 5-490 Gatun.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevro Chevrolet
let Chevrolet 210 De Luxe four door, sedan.
$120000. 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 Pontiac
tiac Pontiac 6 passenger, station Wagan
automatic transmission, power
steering, other extras. Call Cu Curundu,
rundu, Curundu, 4198.
FOR SALE:--'56 Chevrolet 4
door sedan, 21,000 miles, tend tendard
ard tendard shift, new rubber. Perfect
condition, 61400. House 6363-6
Los Rios. Telephone 2-4347.
FOR SALL-1956 Ford Coun Country
try Country Sodan, 4 door with power
steering and brakes. Automatic
transmission, duty paid, only
S1200.00 and can be financed.
See at Household Exchange,
Automobile Row.
FOR SALE:-1957 Plymouth,
Belvedere, 4 door, hard top, push
button drive, chest type, deep
freeze, portable sewing machine.
All reasonably priced, excellent
condition. Balboa 1342,
FOR SALE:-1957 Ford station
wagon. 6 cyl., standard, many
ac ssssss Mk 16,000 miles. Balboa
FOR SALE:--1957 Ford. auto automatic
matic automatic transmissin. Leaving for
States, duty paid. 3-0279. Pa Panama.
nama. Panama.
FOR SALE:--1958 Fordor Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet 6, standard shift, 11,000
miles. Telephone 6-170 Gan ;boa.
FOR SALE:One ,owner, 1955
Mercury Montclair. sport coupe,
hvo tone, white and groin, auto automatic
matic automatic transmission, wsw tires.
radio, heater. in excellent con condition,
dition, condition, throughout $1350, call
Balboa 3472 between 4:30
FOR SALE: 1951 Rambler
station Wie011 S225, Balboa,
FOR SALE:-1959 Fiat 1100.
Excellent condition S250.00 for
my equity 08-354.
WANTED:A good second band
adding and calculating machine
electric, in good operating con condition.
dition. condition. Please phone 1920, Co Colon.
lon. Colon. WANTED:Experienced maid,
live-in. Must speak some English.
790 C T ilia, Balboa.
Canal Zone
United States District Court For
The District of The Canal Z0110
Division of Balboa
Thomas G, North. Jr,. Plaintiff, vs.
Suzanne North, Defendant. Summons
Case No. 4838, Civil Docket 22 Action
for divorce.
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitied action within ninety days
after the first date of publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer. Judgment taken a against
gainst against you by default for the relief de demanded
manded demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie T.
Crowe. Judge, United States District
Court for the Dktrict of the Canal Zone,
this May 27, I939.
Sara de is Pella
Bystois E. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
To Suzanne North:
The foregoing summons ts aerved up upon
on upon you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe. Judge. United States District
Court tor the District of the Canal Zone,
dated May 27, 1959, and entered and
filed in this action in the office of the
Clerk of said United States District
Court for the Division of Balboa, on
May 27, 1959.
Sara de ia Peda
ByaLois F. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
American Life
Insurance Company
For similar basiclow NSLI
rates charged by the govern government
ment government during W. W.
Phone anytime Panama
CAMDEN, N. J. (UPI)Howard
Grant scored a triple at Garden
State Park Tuesday, winning with
Prince Quill, 'mon and Lil Fella
ist the featured $5,000 allowance
PO ee
Halfback Lew Carpenter, otained
from Cleveland in a trade for Bill
Howton last month, has signed a
1959 contract with the Green Bay
Backers. Carpenter has been in
tho National Football League
since 1953.


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FOR SALL--Stereo record ploy.
fit. four-mooed, combination ra-.
dio speaker, records. $175 cash.
Cooper, Balboa 1624..
FOR SALK: RCA automatis
combination washer dryer, maho mahogany
gany mahogany disk shoat beds, Simmons
porch furnkure and miss. Limiting
for States at end of week. Call
FOR SALE:Loaving Saturday.
Refrigerator, gas stove, crib,
misc kerns, potted Platitt. 3-
EQUIPMENT, four kilns from
VMS" to large one for firing
22" ploces, clay, plauss. under underglazos,
glazos, underglazos, potters' w h I. pail;
buckets; tabinot; bins. STEVEN'-
SON, 161B Williamson Aye..
Gamboa, Phone 6-317.
FOR SALE; Electric iviangel
(ironer); steam ircin; l'ati1111
tables; heavy work benches;
couch back (for magazines and
ornaments fits Quartermaster
cot); student's desk; file cab cabinets;
inets; cabinets; card table; laundry baskets;
sprinkler hose; sprinkler; garden
tools; fireplaces; metal chairs;
curtain rods; redwood screens for
Duplex; few shades; child's
"Potty", chair; doll earriage;
games; dynamo, wire fence; por porcelain
celain porcelain refrigerator (after June
ENCLOSURE for under
Duplex quarters; ORCHIDS;
tires, mechanically perfect. SW-,
onion 161B Williamson Ave,
Gamboa. Phone 6-317.
FOR SALE:--Hallicrafter DC DC100,
100, DC100, DX-40, WO, D-104 mike.
three element 10 meter beam,
S125.00. Phone Albrook 2286-
FOR SALLSylvania 21" TN.
$150; Pentron "Aristocrat" Tape
Recorder Stem Magic $175;
High-Fi Speaks,' Cabinet $40.
House 63564 Madrofial k. Loa
FOR SALE:--Babsa-Tanda high
chair with safety straps, assai assailant
lant assailant condition. Panami 3-4383.
FOR SALE:Webco, 60 cycle
motor $5.00; Webco record
player 3 speed S15.01 GAL
ironer $30.00, Kenmore desk
sewing machine $100.00; Re Remington
mington Remington typewriter, $10.00:
Halicraftter S-53 radio, MOO;
Coldspot refrigerator, Peed' Pew
' unit, $10.007 heavy tennis racket
$3.00; Swivel Tripod, $500;
Proiection Screen S5.00. Phone
Gamboa 45-200.
, Lessons
Summers lessons Atlantic and
Pacific side call: Prof. Franz
Manfredi Panama' 3-1909.
The Madge Locke School of
&nap opens at 'Tesnago Club.
Coco Solo. For class, in, all types
dance. ,Registration June 2nd
from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Further
information at registration. Also
accepting pupils for K. of C.
Margarita and Y.M.C.. Cristo Cristobal.
bal. Cristobal. LOST:Wallet. Important cards,
Lux Theatre. SIO reward. No
questions asked. Rocklin,
LOST:Boston terrier doe. Cho Chocolate
colate Chocolate color, name "Pepper," re reward
ward reward for return or information.
3Ist Street, house 441, Tol. 3-




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FOR SALE t57 IL Whit.,
orator, 1957 Vlestinghosose awe.
testis washer, gee- eve, bat'
led, thimble bed, 1 skis skisbeard,
beard, skisbeard, RCA mho, trunk. Lewis
(mimeo, Nop. 4. U. La Amara',
Calle 51,, 11- Cangrele. Tel, 1-
POR SAL1hfdahogorog dining
mom oat, seats 10 personas
China-closet and side beard. Kel Kelvinator
vinator Kelvinator raki,water. Sininerno
bed and chiffonier. Everthing at
bargain erica. Phone 3-6351.
FOR SALIE:Waohing esbookimi
$40.00, Ictoit stovi SI 5.00,
, Phone Balboa 1756;
FOR SALLLeaving eownhy.
tar; eoucill Peruvian table
leather too. Chinese table clock
and screen; wardrobe; bicycle;
At 4th street No. 37. apattonent t
Phone 3-3411F
'OR SALE:---Ap'ex wriogor five
washor, $75.00. Igs ton air airtonditionr,
tonditionr, airtonditionr, $75.00. 790-C Taft
viirnilla, Balboa 2-2352.
FOR SALLAutematie 'washer
and dryer, 21 inch televislon met,
leaving for States. 3-0279 Pao
FOR SALErtileap. Awing Ire41411
sot. halid carved mahesanv. with
glass. Peru Ave. 37-20 upstairs.
Tel. 3-0249.
FOR SALE: Solid mahogany
dining room table and four choirs
$30.00. Day bed with couch
cover and pillows $15.00. Hoes
0425-A Vesade St. Anton. TM.
FOR SALliN. S. V. Quickly
Motor Bike. S115.00 Apt. 12,
BM. 9th Coitus,
Mr. C. Frederick Qbediente, Man Manager
ager Manager of the, La Exposicion Branch
of The First National City Bank of
New York, will be in charge of the
four Isthmian Branches of the
Bank during the absence of Mr. J.
Paul Sidebotham for a period of
six weeks. Mr. Sidebotham is de departing
parting departing today for New York where
be will attend a conference of 32
officials of the Bank, who are be being
ing being recalled for this purpose from
their posts among the 78 overseas
branches which the Bank main maintains
tains maintains in 27 countries other than the
United States.
Sails Arrivos
May 23 May 30
Sails Arrives
Seattle and Return $400.011

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sintahle for children. saddler,
bridles, filth monitions with fish.
Phone 159t: Colon.
Debbie Says King
Wonderful Dancer
But No Romance
Reynolds said yesterday that
King Baudouin, 38-year-old bach bachelor
elor bachelor ruler of Belgiiim, is friendly,
gracious and a "wonderful danc dancer,"
er," dancer," but there isn't "even a hint'
of romance between them.
"I have no serious intentions
toward any man right now, said
the hazel eyed Debbie whose
marriage to Eddie Fish'er was
broken up by Eddie's love affair
with and marriage to Elizabeth
"As for,,Xing Baudouin, It's true
I sat beside him at lunch in Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood last week and danced with
him that night, but everybody for forgets
gets forgets there were more than 20
other persons present,' Debbie
'We never even got beyond the
'Your Majesty' and 'Miss Reyn Reynolds'
olds' Reynolds' stage.'
Along The Fairways
-The Ladies ut Brazos Brook
Colultry Club bave just completed
a "ringer tournament" on May S.
This Ringer Tournament has been
running Once February 1959 and
the following ladies were the re
cipients of lovely allver prizes. tor
her net score of 40, a new and up
and coming golfer Ruth Pinkham
was the winner.
Ruth worked very bard in this
ringer and played as many as
five rounds a week to lower her
scores on all of the 18-Holes. For
her low gross score of 64, Ruth
Tortorici completely over powered
all other entrants.
A lovely luntheon and one-day
handicap tournament was ar arranged
ranged arranged by Chairman Ruth Torto Tortorici
rici Tortorici and was held on Saturday,
Mal S. Covers were kid for 16
participants, and one dozen
golf balls were personally donated
by Gil Morland. The winners of
this tournament wire the follow following:
ing: following: Dorothy LaCroix $4.00 (Pro
Shopl- 1st Low Net.
Jane Huldtquist 4 golf balls balls1nd
1nd balls1nd Low Net
Ruth Pullers- 3 golf- balls-1rd
Low Net
Nellie Whitney 2 golf balls balls4th
4th balls4th Low Net
Ruth Tortorki 2 golf balls balls5th
5th balls5th Low Net
Beth Lewis 1 golf ball-Highest
Low ,Net
It was decided at this luncheon
that every two months a one day
tournament will be held, and it is
hoped that an even bigger turn-out
can be ezpected each time.
Ladies Day is still currently
being head every Tuesday morn morning
ing morning at 8:30 cm, and all ladies in interested
terested interested Ire, welcome,
During the summer we will miss
Edith Mathieson,, Dottie La Croix,
Aggie AMan and many other la lamiller
miller lamiller faces around the club buil
I have k from reliable sources
that all of our ladies are taking
their rill clubs with them so
they intend to keep 'in practice
while sway.
Brazos is very happy to see so
many new faces around the club
and we are hoping that now that
the dues are being lowered many
new members will bt joining us.
Number 15 is certainly shaping
up and we are in hopea that in the
very near future to have a love love1y
1y love1y new fairway there.

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Q.' I wanted 4o -buy 100 shares
of an oil stock selling -for about
13-16ths. Neither -Merrill Lynch
nor Bache Would handle the tran tranSaetiOn
SaetiOn tranSaetiOn because. it was too sma1.,
To whom mutt 1 go?
A. Jhst a moment.. Not' go fait.
The order wu not, too Milan.
I'm positive that if you 'wanted
to buy a single share, of :General
Motors or )3etblehemlteel,, eith either
er either of these twO largelirokerage
firms, would, have been glad to
handle your. orderif
, 1.31tch tn1i'd yott'dOwn
becsuse the. firm has had a rule
since 1954 that it' would not exe exe,
, exe, cute an 'order for stocks selling
under unless convinced that
the buyer was sophisticated e enough
nough enough to ktiow what he wai doing.
fl ogres ,with them that this is
Bach, for the..protectioti et its
customers, hai set up an organi organizational
zational organizational "restricted list"' of stocks
which it will not dell kt because
it "has reaS0,11 to believe the shares
are being promoted' or ntanipul-'I
Mani other leading 'firms hove
similar commendable policies. But
they sU welcome small, accounts,
as witness their active participa participation
tion participation in the $40 a mouth, br $40
a quarter 'monthly invOstment
' Q. aim 96, with 100 'hare of
U.S. Tobacco bought at 1T I-9;.
Should I hold them?
A. Seems like a. sound sleek for
your purpose.
Q. Can you advise 'mtv tbout
warrants? Is it advisable to invest
$100 in them and wait two or three
years for a profit? Are warrants
safer than stock? have ,never owtt
ed stocks or warrants.
A. The elder Morgan once aid
that if you have to ask what It
costs to maintain a yacht you
can't afford one.
1 think the same thing epplies
to warraMs: 11 you don't know
what they are you shouldn't
vvith them,
A warrant is an option le buy
a share of stock at fixed price
Some times the warrant is good
for one, two or11.0 years. Some Sometimes
times Sometimes it ts good forever, a perpe perpetual
tual perpetual warrant.
A typical example wooM
warrant to buy it stock at $15 a
share, the warrant good for five
years, we'll say., 'rhe toe !might
be selling at $16.50 and the war warrant
rant warrant eammands a price of $3. That
means a warrant, !plus $15 can
be turned in for a share of stock.
The reason the warrant tens for
more than $1.50- its real value
Ihat W you were "bullish" on
the stock. felt it would go up over
the next five years, you could bet better
ter better participate in its rise by buyt
ing 500 warrants for $1,500 than by
buying 100 shares of, the Common
for $1,650,
pangers: some owarrants do ex exptre
ptre exptre without ever having acquir acquired
ed acquired any value.
Warrants do not receive divid dividends,
ends, dividends, do not have a vote.
Warrants generally move snore
erratically,than the stock itself.
It itt mainly a medium for pro professional
fessional professional speculation.
Club Holds Annual
Three-Day Exhibit
The Atlantic Camera Club hekl
ito annual, exhibit, May 23, 2A, in
their club rooms at Mount Hope.
This exhibit successfully com completed
pleted completed the pear's work of each di division
vision division under the direction of E. N.
Belland, chairman el the Mono Monochrome
chrome Monochrome division, and his awns awnstants
tants awnstants Mrs. Ruth Anne Parker,
Mrs. Julia McKenzie; J. E.
Lingwood, chairman of tho color
division and asoistanta Mrs. Nor Norma
ma Norma Belland and. Mrs. Hilda
Judging of tho monochoome
prints and color slides woe done
through the judging eervice of the
Photographic Sotiety of America.
' Thirty-one prints were entered
and judged by Frederic Calvert,
APSA of Chester, Pa. Winning
prints and makers are:
First Still Life ,by Esther Cal Calcutt.
cutt. Calcutt. Second Lotus by Julia Me MeKenzie.
Kenzie. MeKenzie. Third boat in a Fog by E.
N. Belton& Honorable Menbion:
Beach Mood by E. N. Belland,
Handwork by' R. E. Parker,
Washer Woman by P. D. Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, Conglomeration by Evelun
Eighty-four coloi were
judged ,by a ponel judges bead beaded
ed beaded by Norman Brice, APSA of
Clayton, Missouri: Winning
slides and' makers. are:
First, Waiting at the 'Gate by
Neil BeHand, Second Haitian Sun Sunset
set Sunset by Henry McKenzie; ThirtL
Egyptian Grass by Elaine Heyd.
Honorable mention Hibiseus by
Neil Selland, Splashing' Arpund by
Dr. Harry Westerberg, Mahogany
Vendors by Henri McKentie.,Into
the Clouds by Julia McKenzie. Di Divided
vided Divided Interoot by Neil t,, Belland,
Manhattan Dawn by Henry Me MeKenzie,
Kenzie, MeKenzie, Golden, Shower by Chester
Harrold, Lobster, by Julia 1 Mc McThrough
Through McThrough a point eystein 'plaque
Is awar&d to the member who at attains
tains attains the highest points for work In
the ,Monochrome DiVi41041 during
the leer. Mrs. Julia McKenzie
vat awarded this plaque for 19311-
1952 Comers Club yfoar

,'NEW :yokx,..:LuPI)4 Waindoe
and Co.'s Eldon A, Grimm two a
revival of spending for capital
goods coikld aid these compames:
Dorr-Oliver, Dres
set'', !industries, 'Bucyrus Kris,
Thew Shovel, Ake Products,
Westinghouse' Air Brake, Carrier
Coq), JoY 1Wanufacturing, Kop Koppers
pers Koppers Co. and Babcock and Wilcox.
, G. Hooper of VI- Button
and Co.'notes that in the past n
weeks there has been a Plurality
of stocks rising seven weeks and
a 'plurality of stocks six
weeks., Be 'calls period et
consolidation 'With an important
correction going on i scans of the
former high flyers.'"
Further, drifting MAI be witnes witnessod
sod witnessod Whicb could bring prices down
a little lower, says Van, MsVne
Noel and -Co.'s Martin: Gilbert:
any setback Whotill be Utilised to
upward trendline is a strong ono
and seems imlidely beilisturb
Spear and-Staff sees National
Starch and 'Chemical as a strong
growth situation. It also recom recommends
mends recommends purchase of American
Electronics. Berkshire Hathawal
and Flintkote and the retention oi
commitments' In Beatrice Foods,
and Great-Northern Gas Igtilities.
f b
his wife and small daughter sat
in a nearby teortroomt a 26-yearcdct
narbotles"stispect broke at
from his guard yesterday abd
leaped seven floors to his death
in the Hall of Justice. Pets Alva Alvarez
rez Alvarez was appearing for pcelimina pceliminary
ry pceliminary bearing, During a 'recess he
asked to go to the rest room.
When hia guard removed the
ha ndeufft,'-Alvarite d
leaped through an open window,.


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LONDON (UPI) A scholar,
obviously dismayed at the Fos.
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sites only'ssites may abolish Latin as a re required
quired required language fre admission
placed the following ad yeast
day in thsTinies of London:
"For disposal, following sale al
Western civilization by Oxford
and Cambridgs universals, eery,
eral thousand Latin grammars,'
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or would' Meehan& lot for faw
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Trained, Wired Monkeys Make Voyage

Into Space In Jupiter Firing Today

:: CAPE CANAVERAI, Fla., May 28 (UP1)--A couple of monkeys took a spectacular
space voyage today in a preview of what's in store for the American astronauts and the
nose cone in which they rode was plucked from the South Atlantic 92 minutes aft.)).
their flight began.
At the time of the announcement by the Defense Department of the nese cone rec recee,
ee, recee, pvery, it had not been opened. So the fate of the two space travelers was not yet
: "The successful recovery was one of the primary missions of the Jupiter launch launching,"
ing," launching," the Defense Department said in a statement.

, Able, an educated Rhesus
trained to tap a telegraph key
tiring the flight, and Baker, a
tiny squirrel monkey that was
wired up for various tests, spent
et)out 15 minutes on a 1,500-mile
aight in the nose cone of a Jupi Jupiter
ter Jupiter missile. Both the simians are
'The Jupiter performed perfect perfectly,
ly, perfectly, leaving its launching pad in a
gush of flame at 3:35 a.m.
,lhe precious nose cone, cram cramed
ed cramed with testing data

ZOne SPCA Meets
Tonight At JWB
;..A. general meeting of the Ca Calle
lle Calle Zone Society for the Pre Ten Tenbon
bon Tenbon of Cruelty to Animals will be
Held tonight at 7:30 at the US0-
"B in Balboa.
,1 A report will be submitted oft
the activities of the society to
date and especially those cover covering
ing covering the Pet and Horse Show held
recently in Balboa.
'All members are urged to at attend
tend attend this meeting. Committee ac activities
tivities activities will be discussed.

'Weather Or Not Pacific Northwest's
P-....:A.,Art.241Richarti Allen Hunt

This weather report for tna 241 -----
hours ending $ a. in fodaY II
prepared by the Meteorological
'On most Wooled List
and Bydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:

Balboa Cristobal
nigh 91 85
Low 76 75
Nigh 93 94
'Low 63 85
Imam MA) W-15 NW-17
RAIN limbos) .05 2.85
(Miler harbors) 82 64



Gatun Lake 83.39
Madden Dam 215.99

Time Ht.
-4:16 a.m. ....... 14.7 ft.
'9:42 p.m 13.6 ft.

Time Ht.
2:59 am 1.7 ft.
041:35 p.m 2.7 ft.



containing all the elements of
human life including human blood,
was lifted from the sea by a team
of recovery experts.
The Navy tugboat USS Kiowa,
several other ships and two air airplanes
planes airplanes were waiting in the impact
area for the end of the monkey

FBI yesterday placed a trigger triggerhappy
happy triggerhappy young criminal with a yen
for crossword puzzles on its list
of ten most wanted fugitives.
It identified the latest addition
to its list as 26-year-old Richard
Allen Hunt who, it said, is al already
ready already known to police in the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Northwest as extremely dan dangerous.
gerous. dangerous. During his seven-year criminal
career, Hunt has shot one police policeMan,
Man, policeMan, kidnaped another at gun gunpoint,
point, gunpoint, and resisted arrest by
wielding a pitchfork. He boasted
of being a cop-hater and has a
violent temper.
Hunt, a native of Salem, Ore.,
is a man of varied talents with
a will-'o-the-wisp ability to evade
arrest. He is described as an in industrious
dustrious industrious worker who is "quiet,
shv and intelligent."
Physically, he stands 5' 1",
weighs from 155 to 165 pounds,
1,as blue eyes, reddish blond hair
and fair complexion. Hunt fre frequently
quently frequently wears long sideburns and
glasses. He has numerous scars
on his face and body.
His criminal career began in
1952 when still in the Army. He
wag arrested in Fresno County,
California, for grand larceny. He
has pursued a life of crime

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Steel Industry Officials Determined

To Hold Wage Costs, Official Says

NEW YORK (UPI) Steel hi- dimmed ,hopes for avoiding a
dustry executives said today the costly steel si.rike this summer.
iiielus,ry was determined to The four-man. negotiating teams
hold the line on wage cotts this Tuesday recessed tneir joint talks
year in an effort to halt inflation recessed their joint talks un until
til until June 2 so tnat tie industry
and combat the inroads of cheap
foreign steel. 6th annual meeting! It also gave
The executives met in Now both sides time to prepare their
York for the opening of a two-day strategy.
meeting of the American Iron
and Steel Institute. When the talks resume next
Tuesday, the negotiators will have
only four weeks left in which to
The industry's strong stand
against any wage hike in 1959 has
write a new contract covering 500,-
snagged contract talks with the
000 steelworkers. The present
United Steelworkers Union and
three-year agreement expires at
midnight June 30.

Roger M. Blough, chairman of
U. S. Steel Corp., told reporters
that steel prices would not go up
this year if wages did not.
Blough, in discussing the mu mutual
tual mutual assistance pact the industry
has admitted it has under study
to counter any divide-and-conquer
strike the union mght call, said
the plan would not involve the
sharing of profits. He did not re reveal
veal reveal any details of the plan.
However, it has been rumored
that the companies might take out
a strike insurance policy under
which any company shut down
would receive "premiums" from
insurance companies.
The union already has asked
the Justice Department to inves investigate
tigate investigate the mutual- assistance plan
on the grounds it would violate
the anti-trust laws. The Justice
Department-notif;ed the union that
the matter would receive "appro "appropriate
priate "appropriate attention."
Blough said he was not con convinced
vinced convinced the industry's plan would
violate any law but that if the
companies were barred from help helping
ing helping each other "It would point up
the great problem his country
faces with respect to MIMI pow power."
er." power." He said it would be unfair to
permit the union to throw its full
weight against just one or a few
companies, while preventing the
companies from taking steps to
counteract such tactics.
B. M. Byers, president of A. M.
Byers Co., said all the steel of officials
ficials officials he had talked to have ex--
pressed a determinftion to stand
behind the industry's proposed
one-year contract freeze.
Joseph L. Block, chairman of
Inland Steel CI., said the indus industry
try industry "certainly is not going to retreat."

!OUTCAST -- Barbara Burns,
'daughter of the late comedian
Bob Bums, sews a rag doll for
underprivileged children at
Tenninal Island Detention Cen Center
ter Center M Los Angeles. Min Bums
ipleaded for anyone to give her
a chance as an actress to help
cud. her narcotics addiction.

LIOGINIV lir Em2HaraBar

CZJ' GOti,:,-;174,T
Awa eciS....Qh-AseiiiblT:Doy

At the Canal Zone Junior Col College's
lege's College's I6th Aimual Awards Day
Assembly held yesterday morn morning.
ing. morning. 174 Awards were made by
Dean Roger C. Hackett to 90 dif different
ferent different students.
He wavassisted in maldng the
awards by faculty members Dr.
Dorothy Moody, Subert Turbyfill,
Charles R. Bowen, 'Steward
Brown, and Constance Ball, and
students William Black, Nancy
Bryant, and David Mason.
The awards consisted f terti tertificates,
ficates, tertificates, pins, and 'athletic' letters,
emblems, insignia, trophies, and
gold basketballs and volleyballs.
In scholarship the following
won high hones:. Dotiald Alex Alexander,
ander, Alexander, Roberto Chan, Patricia
Everett, Barbara -Mich, Cesar
Kahnco, Anna Marto, Edward
Naghel, Patricia Peck, Anita
Schneider, and Mines. Ruth Ad-
ams, Charlotte Norrii, Evelyn
Reynolds, Sarah Railing, Elise
Saunders, Nellie Stone, Frances'
Summerford, and- Sylvia Wieck Wieckhorst.
horst. Wieckhorst. Other students Who won
scholarship honors were Helen
Adarns, Gaspar Alvarado, Victor
Avila, Rex Reck,. Marcel. Belan Belanger,
ger, Belanger, James RenSon, Nanc Bry Bryant,
ant, Bryant, Laureli Butters, Carolyn
Corn, Brian Cox, Eileen- Dime Dimerau,
rau, Dimerau, Ouida Rchelle Head,, Wit
liam G. Hill, Nancy Hughes, Het
en-, Nita, Frances Paige, ,Dorothy
Rose, Monson Saenz; Herber
Schneider, Barton -Scott, .Nancy
Shedd, Sylvia Spurlock, Gloria
Tait, Claudette Toussieh, Junes
Whitman, and Mmes. Juanita Day.
Louise Edwards, Rochelle Head,
and Dorothy White.
in each ease lite awards
wore made on the basis of the
first semester records.

Killian Bows Out
As ikeys Assistant
in Science Field

Dr. James It. Killian Jr. resign resigned
ed resigned today as President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's Special Assistant for Science
and Technology.
The President named George B.
Kistiakowsky, a Russian-born che chemistry
mistry chemistry professor at Harvard Uni University,
versity, University, to succeed Killian.
The resignation, effective In wild wildJuly,
July, wildJuly, was disclosed hi an ex exchange
change exchange of letters made public by
the White House.
Killian, who assumed his post
Nov. 15, 1957, said he had to leave
"for compelling personal reasons
He said he would return to his
dufies as President of Massachu Massachusetts
setts Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Reviewing his work, Killian
wrote Eisenhower: 1
"I am confident that the pro programs
grams programs developed during this re recent
cent recent period will stand as, a miles milestone
tone milestone in the progress of American
science and in its effective use
by government."

US Helps Franco,
!gnores China, Says
Princeton President

INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)The re retiring
tiring retiring president of Princeton The Theological
ological Theological seminary charged to to'day
'day to'day that this count ry is
turning its back on untold thou thousands
sands thousands of Christians in Red China
while at the same tinte helping
Spain's Francisco Franco "to per perpetrate
petrate perpetrate the worst tyratmy in 400
Dr. John MacKay, who is re retiring
tiring retiring this summer after 23 years
as president of the famous semi seminary,
nary, seminary, told delegates to the 171st
General Assembly of the United
Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A.
that Red China is one of the last
great frontiers "not illuminated
by the light of the gospel."
'How can we speak to China,
unless we recognize her?" Dr.
MacKay said. "Row can the
Chines peonle learn?"
Dr. MacKay said he "rejoices"
In the fact that nearly 1,000 dele delegates
gates delegates attending tbe General As Assembly
sembly Assembly adonted t''moderato reso resolution
lution resolution looking with "Christian
hope" for the recognition of Com Communist
munist Communist China under honorable
"They may talk rough to tis,
owl we may talk rough to them,
but at least we will be looking
eye-to-eye," Dr. MacKay. told fel fellow
low fellow clergymen and laymen.
"They (the Red Chin govern.
ment) have done some terrible
things, but so have we.
"Great Britain and the United
States, the two great democracies
betraved the Spanish Republic
and let a despot like Franco en enslave
slave enslave the natinn. We folk shout
a tree world. But can there he a
free world as long as Spain
Dr, MacKay, who spent some
time in China, Mild Christian
Mewls asked him to plead or
their cause as he caught the last
airplane to .11ong Kong vAen the
Red Regime-tightat,1 restrictions
on travel.


' In tho field oi publications,
Gaspar Alvarado, Arlene Baxter,
Marcel Belanger, Brian Cox, Dp Dprothy
rothy Dprothy Metzger, and Gloria TaL
won awards for their work on
hte Conquistador, the etudent an annual,
nual, annual, wihle Maroel Belanger,
Nancy Bryant, Laureli Butters,
Sylvia Johansson Auristela
Sehmidt, and Gloria Tait won
similar awards for their work on
the Tropical Collegian, student li literary
terary literary magazine.
Speech awards were won by
June Barlow, Roberto Chan, Bri
an Cox, Barbara Elich, Nancy
Hughes, Dorothy Rose, Herbert
Schneider, Wilfred Sinclair, gad,
John Whitman.
Dramatics awards were. won
by Donald Alexander, Eileen Da Damerau,
merau, Damerau, Carolyn. Despain, Mil Mildred
dred Mildred Gibbs, Jo Ann Harte, Erie
Larsen, David Mason, Carlos Meg:
rgers, Gladys Miller, Raymond
'Oakley, Cyi3thja Orr, ,Rutherford
Rivet, and &dee and Sylvia Sylvia'
' Sylvia' Spurloik.
Music awards went to Don--
kid Alexander, ,Nancy Bryant,
1 Elisen Damerau, David Mason,
Caries ?doggers, Helen Nita,
Beauprie Preston, and Bruca
Sylvia Spurlock.
For their work in guiding the
1 destinies of the Student Associa Associaktion,
ktion, Associaktion, 'the following members of
the 'executive council received a awards:
wards: awards: William Black, president,
James DesLondes, vice president,
Mildred Gibbs, secretary, William
Dolan, treasurer, Brian Cox and
Judith McCullough, sophomore
class representatives, and Beau Beauprie
prie Beauprie Preston and Marjorie Smith,
freshman class representatives.
Cheerleading awards were W63
by Mildred Gibbs, Jo Ann Harte,
Amelia Luddy, Gladys Miller,
and Frances Paige.
In girls' intramural athletics,
the girls who won awards by
ea rning the highest number
of points ware Helen Adams,
Nancy Bryant, Carolyn Corn,
Joan Lawfor, Hot n Nita, and
Auristela Sohmidt.
, In girls' intersc ool athletics
Vie following 11 girls won a awards:
wards: awards: Arlene Baxter and Joan
Lawler in velleyball, basketball,
and bowling) June Barlow in vol volleyball
leyball volleyball and basketball; Helen Ad Adams
ams Adams in. volleyball and bowling.;
Carolyn Corn, Aurlstela Schmidt,
and Gloria Tait in volleyball and
basketball; Gladys Miller and
Helen Nita in' volleyball; 1 Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy Metzger in basketball; and
Lauren Butters in bowling. 1
In the realm of inen's athle- 1
tics, a total of only 26 students
won letters and thus carried the 1
burden for the college in foot football,
ball, football, baseball, basketball, JV
basketball, track and field sports,
and swimming.' William Gibson
was the only four-letter winner
(football, baseball, basketball.
track and field) and he was also
named by Coach Brown as the 1
"Best Athlete of the Year."
Bruce Spurlock and George
Trimble won awards. in' footoall, 1
baseball, 'and basketball; Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Oakley in football, base.,
ball, and JV 'basketball; Donald 1
and, Gary Alexander and James
Benson in football and basket.,
ball; Burton Mead in football
and baseball) Eugene Burch ln
football and JV basketballz John
Feldt, Harry Keepers, C ga ries
Laatz, Robert Priest, Bruce San- 1
ders III, Benjamin Thomas, and
John Willoughly in football; Ili Ilicardo
cardo Ilicardo Casira, Charles Crawford,
Frederick Harley, and Norman
1 Pedersen in baseball; Ronald
1 Mead in basketball; Brian Cox
in swimming; and Roberto, Chan.
Carlos Meggers, and James add
John Whitman in JV basbetball.
Frederick Harley and Charles
Lash also won awards for
their managerial work in the
junior collogo's recent invita invitational
tional invitational baskatball tourney.
Seventeen students won two a awards,
wards, awards, while 11 won three, seven
won four, and Donald Alexander,
Brian Cox, Nancy Bryant, 'Wil 'William
liam 'William Gibson, Bruce Spurlock, and
Gloria Tait each won five.

Philip Is Innocent
Of Sprinkling,
Announ,ces Palace

LONDON WPI) Buckingham
Palace today formally denied re reports
ports reports the Duke of Edinburgh
turned on a water sprinkler
which drenched two photogra photographers
phers photographers at the Chelsea, flower show
"The duke did not do ft," a
palace spokesman s a i d. "The
duke walked over and sympa sympathized
thized sympathized with the photographers but
he did not apologize. One cannot
apologize for something one has
not done."
The formal derdal followed a
report in the mass circulation
L o ti d On Star yesterday which
oPehlV accused Prince Philip of
the "not so comic" act.

Fitibil4Crifil' ':':Liiii::

NEW 1411K, !kitty 29
One of the men behind the scenes
in the Little Rock school crisis
told today how segregationist
forces relentlessly took control and
thwarted peaceftll integration
Virgil T. Blossom, sitperint sitperintindent
indent sitperintindent of schiels in the Arkin Arkinsas
sas Arkinsas capital until relieved last
year, aid the opposition to int.
gratien used propaganda,' firts-'-
brand speeches, fear, threats and
actual violence to bring about a
complete breakdovm in the city's
education processes.
Blossom, In it new book on the
Little Rock stay entitled "It Has
HaPpened Here," Said "the dis disaster
aster disaster was deliberately thrust upon
a majority by extremistS and out outsiders
siders outsiders seeking to,,serve their own
'He balmed the' integration tur turmoil
moil turmoil of 1957 and' 1958 which
brought paratroopers svith bare
bayonets to Little' Rckk's Central
High School on these factors:
Vacillation of political -leaders
at state and Federal levels. All
of them, he said, "tried to avoid
their responsibilities."
A "deliberate plot .by segrega segregationies
tionies segregationies to force a finish fight in
Little Rock in an effort to delay
a showdown on their own home
Lack of positive 'cadetship in

mu ir 11 10512.r ',IPS. ItAM01 alna
LONDON (UPI) Soviet Pre- Army paratroopers Blossom
mier Nikita Khrushohey called said there was relative calm in
last night for an atom-free side the- building at first bo
Balkans. But he threatened to es- tween Negro and white students.
tablish rocket bases in Albania if Later however, this spirit de dethe
the dethe United States went ahead with genarat.ed into serious tensions.
its plan to set up missile bases in He recommended as means of
Greece and Italy. bringing about peaoeful integre integreKhrushchev
Khrushchev integreKhrushchev also paused in a
speech at Tirana, Albania, to call Filling any vacuums in leader leaderJohn
John leaderJohn Foster Dulles an "outstand- ship at national and state levels.
ing politician" and to express! A continuing study by the Fed Fedcondolences
condolences Fedcondolences for his death. But he' eral civil' rights commission, look looktold
told looktold his Communist audience Dul- ing toward strengthening legisla legislales
les legislales appeared to be softening to toward
ward toward Communism along toward tion to aid minorites.
Ertablishment of a national com comthe
the comthe last.
. mimity relations commission to
foster strung local leadership in
Khrushchev did not mention ex- favor of preser7ing free public
oirallon of his May 27 ultimatum education and "respect for ,the
for the West to get out of Berlinl,.,9
but he said the West was trying "n"
to avoid greement at 'Geneva
and gait' Ruseia would siqn neacel
treaties 'with East and West Ger-1
- 'Education and Welfare to gerrect
' the educational lag between Ne Nemaw?
maw? Nemaw? if no Geneva agreement isi
reached. i
. age.
gro and white pupils of the same
There still was no 'official word
on the purpose of Khrushehey's
12-day trip to Albania. A Commu-!
nict report said the Rusians and'
Services Tomorro' w
For GI's Mother '-
Albanians had reached full agree agree.
. agree.
ment on all problems in their A Atalks
talks Atalks but did not say what the t
problcmg were. There still was
speculation about a Communist Funeral services will be held
t For't Gulick
ther of Sp.5
summit meeting there and new tomorrow for Mrs. Francisca Gon GonSoviet
Soviet GonSoviet efforts to make friends zalez Lorenzen, mo 1 i of
with Marehal Tito of Yugoolavft Natalio Lorenzen Gonza e
On the rocket situation Khrush
chev said: h it 1
ernoon at Coco Solo asP a
- Fort Gulick, who died Monday aft

, ,
'' LITTLE ROCK, Aiir,'Mai 28 (CFI) '-:Ges;;;Cir".-air7Fauhus said today' integration' ' was'' i a Se
issue ht the recall Monday of,three Little Rock Behool Board members, a direct opposite viewpoint.
from two of those removed from the board.; --..-- ,,,! ,. -1 , ;,
The governor sald the recall of board niembers ,Eit L McKinley Jr., :Ben RowlAnd Sr.; ant
Robert W. Lasterg staunch segregationists, was not ;a' victory for the city's- integrationist& The
three moderate', Everett Tucker Jr, Russell Matson Jr.,..and Ted Lamb, were not removed front.
the board. ..
, "In fact," the governor said, "the issue was not integration. or iserregatien, but' emir One'
dismissal of 44 of the public school teachers."
, ,.. That was a referenie to the tin.-
. -
. ,, ing of 44,..teachers by ills- three,
, L ,... , r
segregationist board member,
9 -,
Central High s Virgil Blossom -- earlier this month. The dismia,
sets touched ofi a pareat protest
' ' - and led to the retail vote. .',,,
Blames Vacillating Leadership Laster, who has offered to go1-
to jail to prevent integration, call.
- , .. ed. the recall election strictly at
issue of segregation' versus:into.
NEW YORK, May 28 (1.PI) the Little Rock city government, gration
One of the men behind the scenes which, was then ehangmg from a He said the voters did, hot ma main
in main the Little Rock school crisis mayor council to city manager ize what they had done. ',
told today how segregationist form of government. "I wotdd not be at all surprised surprisedforces
forces surprisedforces relentlessly took control and Blossom felt that a major ion it there is- not a great- deal of.
thwarted peaoefill integration tributing factor -was that "the violence if the schools are opened
plans. Federal government had no plan integrated,"!. he said; ....
. end no policy for carrying eut Rowland- said he 'agreed the -:
Virgil T. Blossom, simerint- the school desegregation law. Purge of teachers was no ow
indent of schools in the Arkan- "Even after the situation at Cen- real issue Its the recall. Hit.,.s-aldsas
capital until relieved last tral had become so chaotic as to he believed the vete would-lead
- victory.". he wished -them a sue;,,
year, aid the opposition to hoe. threaten' the destruction of the the city closer to I n t e I r a t ei.
gration used propaganda, fire.' public school system, the gov- schools. .! '.., ....
brand speeches, fear, threats and ernment provided no leadership McKenley said merely that th's;
actual violence to bring about a and no planned action, that could voters gave the moderates a "fie"!
complete breakdovm in the city's lead to a solution."
education processes. He said Gov, Orval E. Faubus, cessful term. .,4...
the Little Rock School I Board, Faubus said he'felt the people.
Blossom, in ii new book on the which included Dr- Dale Alford, of Little Flock were !!"getting tuilc4.
Little Rock story entitled "It Has
originally in accord with a pia te; get out of the. thing and leaveAlt
who later defeated moderate,Rep. and' tired' of the entire Sch001:.
HaPpened Here," Old "the dis- Brooks Hays, and 95 percent of clueathle .7 ... ,t
astet was deliberately thrust upon ,.
a majority by extremists and out- the Central High students were "If the Federal government wilt:
skiers seeking to,,eerve their own begin desegregation with admis- noel, toeuttIstsetatetaittnido Itocoackl suchhulodli.'.,
solved,' ho. said. ". '.
- ''' sion of nine Negroes to the upper dietrictsg the problem eight to
.., t
He balmed the. integration tur- ,., , He was takad ts ha Ann atom
moil of 1957 end 1958 which But Blossom said Faubus
brought paratroopers with bare "wavered "rid faltered under seg. quution and lean int to ,,
bayonets to Little Rckk's Central regationist pressure" and subse-: the foiir closed high Schools op es .1
High School On these factors: quently was meneuvered iMe a th booed.- !,,, . p,,
Vacillation of political leaders poiitical .comer. Faubus refused to .aliswer.'- Lt..
at state and Federal levels. All Former'. Oeorglx, Gov. Marvin Ile said any coingiothisa "dm "dm,.
,. "dm,. , .. , .,-, a three-judge court ru' ling on4tirtil
of them, he said, "tried to avoid Gritan and a -politicar-erony, Au- depend on the attitude-0f the :Frs.!
state laws. The decision is fluei
their responsibilities." gusta, Ga. politician Roy V. liar- tonal Assn. for- the- ,Advante;
.! ris, seized' upon 'the, situation to mot of Colored ,;,peeitin 4
A "deliberate plot by segrega,-
in about two weeks, ''
IliotnalestisRoctokfoinreeana efiffnoirsth tfoigdbetialyn t Federal lbierniii'ent,; i'a,,,,,t,..tvi
Blossom said, Grutin has said he 'Reopening St theaihtid ',...ta'
a showdown on their own home that. glad to have had a part in depe d - I ,"-9,a4
n a great' deal lie slid' I
grounds." swttars uP Pro4Ogregation sentimen
Lack of positive leadership duled
Blossom said tensions were at ,........, ',
In intBeYgrathtieontimine Sdeptthelbescr,he 1957,
fear sPalid thai
'tch, .
Khrushchev Calls For one night ben"! Bud Abbott Crlis''
fired oil by a sniper and his, lwo , :
daughters', lives were threatened. I ,,.,.' , ' ,-,--,- ,,,.
Mom-Free 'Balkans isespite Ail uproar outside-Can inCOM
HOLLYWOOD, Mal 'lli "ftPI)
e ht Abe
trill Highat various times ring.
Guardsmen and Fr ..
LONDON (UPI) SoViet Pre- AlmilYY PNaartoilltrnooalPers
of said today ,-...1. 0
IIIISSnin tell Him 8 oke.
mier Nikita Khrusbehev called said there was relative calm in.. r ,,, -,
last Alight for an atom-free side the- building at first be
a government. ,tax
Balkans. But he threatened to es establish
tablish establish rocket bases in Albania if ---,Bud Abbott, straight man -of the
Later, however, this spirit de detween
tween detween Negro and white students.
the United States went ahead with generated into Serious tensions. Abbc4t Ind Costello eomedg tetilt,
its plan to set up missile bases in
Greece and Italy. -' audit had left him br
bringing about peaoeful integre- oke.. ,
Khrushchev also paused in a He recommended as mean-.
tion: And all my so-called pals slid slidspeech
speech slidspeech at Tirana, Albania, to call Filling any vacuums in leader- dennly don't know me any, more
John Foster Dulles an "outstand- ship at national and state levels. now that the booze has ,stopped
ing politician" and to express! A continuing study by the Fed- fl,11doll,", the 63-Yeer old star said
condolences for his death. But he' eral civil' rights commission, look- at his home, which la )sp tor sale
told his Communist audience Dul- ing toward strengthening legisla- to helP PaY the taxes. ..
les appeared to be softening to- tion to aid ininorites. "The government took it all
ward Communism along toward Ertablishment of a national coin- but peenutii. The thing that did
the last. .t was wh they -d
munity relations commission to en ,! 'sallower! ..- p
foster strung local leadership in nalf million' dollars of deduction.
Khrushchev did not mention ex- f f reser-Ong free public
avor p p ., Men they -put a lien on -Inv.
piratlon of his May 27 ultim.atuni tically everything."
education and respect for ,the
for the West to get out of Berlin-- Abbott said his ,fortor partner
but he said the West was trying
Guidance l'of an expert nature" Lou Castello, who died last Mirth
to avoid greement at
'G9ne b the U. S. Department of Health 3, also lost a great deal in.. tile
and veld luscia vvould siqn peacel Y.
- 1E0 t n and Welfare to gerreet audit, whkh covered, Seven 'yeat
treaties -with East and West Ger-1 .. ucadio
tioital lag between Ne- Period- ,,
e e ilea .
mallit if no Gelieva agreement isi ut "But!' 'ghe said, 'at leastJAe
gro end white pupils of the IMMO
reached. I' d 52' TV h rt t ""I
owne s o s cm eight ,,,
. -, merely got a salary from him."4
There still was no 'nfficial word ., Abbott, who was born in Ashu Ashuon
on Ashuon the purpose of Khrushchev's Services Tomorrow rY Park, MI, and reared in
12-day trip to Albania. A Commu..! Brooklyn's Coney Island, said the
niet report said the Rusians and' For GI's Mother government forced' him, Mid Cps CpsAlbanians
Albanians CpsAlbanians had reached full agree- tello to sell, the residual rights-10
ment on all problems in their At Fort Gulick their movies to a stedio for $100,
talks but did not say what the 000 apieceand thee turn over the
problems were. There still was money for taxes.
speculation aholit a enrnm tini at Funeral services will be held

"We suggest that the Balkan
peninsulg be made a peninsula of
peace without any missiles or nu nuclear
clear nuclear weartons. That would be
more useful both to the Greek and
to the Italian people and in gen general
eral general to all the peoples inhabiting
the Balkan peninsula and the
Mediterranean shores.

"If the governments of Italy
and Greece allow the Americans
to set up missile bases on their
territory, perhaps we shall have
to reach agreement with the gov government
ernment government of the People's Republic
of Albania to put something here
to counter them."

Funeral services will be held
tomorrow for Mrs. Francisca Gon Gonzalez
zalez Gonzalez Lorenzano, mother of Sp.5
Natalio Lorenzano Gonzalet, of
Fort Gulick, who died Monday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at Coco Solo hospital.
Rites wil be held at 3:30 p.m.
in Our Lady of Carmel Church,
Colon, and burial will take place
inMount Hope Cemetery, with
Chaplain John R. Diez of Fort
Gulick officiating.
Since Janaury, Mrs. Gonzalez
had been making her home with
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Ricarda, all of whom live in Puer Puerto
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ADELAIDE, Australia (UPI)
More than 45,000 people etended
Evangelist Billy Graham's Mal
crusade meeting in this city,, yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. The three-day Adelaiile
crusade brought a total' of mgre
than 10,000 decisions for aria,
and broadcasts, of the meetina
drew and additional 1,000 deal.
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cardo Casiri, -Charles CraWford, Albanians h:ad reached full agree agree..
.. agree.. -. A cpw. I, Daft" 1111F nublans Emu
' Joseph L. Block, chairman of tiring president of Princeton The- tor urs 'warner,- government forced' him,'Ithd CpS-
Inland Steel CI., said the indus. logical seminary charged to- Frederick Harley, and Norman ment- on' all problems in their A r r tello to- sell the residual rights 4,a
' ..'.' LATIN AMERICAN RELEASE! -is Pedersen in baseball; R o:n a I d talks but did not say what the r VI
t roil u lc
I k their movie's to a stUdio for $100;-
try "certainly is not going to re- day that this c 0 u n t ry
turning its back on untold thou- 000 apiece---and thee turn tower' the
' -k PRICES: 75c. 40c. treat." Mead' in basketball; Brian Cox problema were. There still was money for taxes. .,' '''''
t' 1 1' A sands of Christians in Red China. in swimming; and Roberto, Chan. speculation about a Communist Funeral services will be held
'le at the same time helpin
i g Carlos Meggers, and James arid .,
, it IV ---- Tonny ww,.,. ,:.imr-01,..,,,,......, wh
summit meeting there and new tomorrow for Mrs. Francisca Gon Gon,
, Gon, :''.:',L- 'Pil::',!:.;-'01 Spain s Francisco Franco "to per- John Whitman in JV basbetball So t ff t t k f d z lez Loranzano mother of Sp 5 ''
, ,,,, ':':;':::v vie e ors ,o ma e nen s a CRUSADI DRAWS 45,000
; 1:45 4:10 6:35 9:00 p.m. ,tiiii.iy; petrate the worst tyranny in 400 Frederick Harley and Charles with Marshal Tito of YugoolaviA. Natalio Lorenzano Gonzalet; of 1,
. ME HAPPIEST MOTION PICTURE EVER MADE! ",:'. years." Lasts also won awards for On the rocket situation Khrush- Fort Gulick, who died Monday aft- ADELAIDE, Australia (UPI)','--
;...,....-...-,-----7------...---------------------------... ,:::.,,,,,:i,':,-, ,,,, .,:. Dr. John MacKay, who is re- their managerial work in the .chey said: ernoon at Coco Solo hospital. More than 45,000, people' eterided
-,-'"-i,:j:,:v 1!i',77e1,!a.,,,,,,,. tiring this summer after 23 years junior collogo's recent invite- Rites wil be .held at 3:30 p.m. Evangelist Billy Graham's Mil
MAt NW ka RO?f, as president of the famous semi- tional basketball toarner- "We suggest that the Balkan in Our Lady of Carmel Church, crusade meeting in this eity;yes eity;yesnary
nary eity;yesnary told delegates to the 171st
' Seventeen students won t a I b d
i-",;',.1,p, :0 '.i.74iti4!: :- wo peninsu a e ma e a peninsu a o
' f Colon, and burial will talie place terday. The three-day Adelaide.'
and her bosom companions ,
, : General Assembly of the umted wards, while 11 won three, seven peeve without any missiles or nu- inMount Hope Oemetery, with crusade brought a total', of mei) -..,,,,,
. Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. won four, a,nd Donald Alexander, Clear weapons. That would be Chaplain John R. Diez of Fort than 10,000, ,decisions: for Owlet .; ,, ',
.. t'- 't TOW CURT IS -:::;:',.,,:'."-;;::::';. ;.4-',1;!,.,i,J,i', that Red China is one of the last Brian cox, Nancy Bryant, Wil- more useful both to the Greek and Gulick officiating. and, broadcasts'. of the meectrIg ;,,'
'"'::' ''':'rltItttte'ir'' great frontiers "not illuminated Ham Gibson, Bruce Spurlock, and to the Italian peoples and in gen- Since Janaury, Mrs. Gonzalez drew and additional 1,000-, de& t-t',,,'&
I :,-,r. -:;;;;1600!''T, by the light of the gospel." Gloria Tait each won five. ' eral to all the peoples inhabiting had been making her home with sions ;by pail.
t' JAa Miqi ..
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,::V,'"":',"''',4, :t''O''';'::q.,:1'.:':;4' ,. unless we reogn,ize her?"
Dr Ph the Balkan peninsul'a and the her son, who is with the U.S. 'Ar 'Ar,
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Mediterranean shores. mu Caribbean school, and her ,, ,. , , ,,, ,,
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"If the governments of Italy Gonzalez. r. Ph
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LITTLE ROCK, Ark, May 28 (UPI) -, Gov., Orval Faubus ea d today- g
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. , issue hs the retail Monday ofthree Little Rock.Sehool Board members, a direct opposite viewpoint'
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from two 'of those removed from the board. 7e-,, ee, -,,, .:-,. e ,, e t- A , 0, , ,,, e,
e i ., cApE cANAV,ERAI, Fla., May 28 (UP1) A eouele Of MonkeyS :took a sPetetacular At the Canal Zone JODIOV COI. In the field of publicitions, The governor said the recall of boardniembers ,Eit L McKinley Jr., :Bin Bowlend le; &nee
- 't d the lege's 16th Annual Awards DaY Gaspar Alvarado, Arlene Baxter, Robert W. Laster, staulich segregationists,. was notes' victory for the city's, integrationist". The
' ' ce voyage today in a preview of what's in store for the American astronauts an
I iP a Assembly beld yesterday morn- Marcel Belanger. Brian Cox, Dp three moderate", Everett .Tucker ele, Russell Matsn Jr.eand Ted Lamb, were noteeinoved front
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,e nose cone in which they rode was plUcked from the South Atlantic 92 minutes after ing, 174 Awards were made bY rothy Metzger, and Gloria Tal, the board. ., . ..
Dean Roger C. Hackett to 90 dif- won awards for their work on "In fact," the governor said, "the issue wae not integration. or oetregestiene but'eteilt thei
1 their flight began. ferent students. hte Conquistador, the etudeet an- dismissal of .44 of the public school teachers." e
,' At the time of the announcement by the Defense Department of the ease con" rec He waseassisted in making the nual, vehle- Mareel Belanger, , .;. -- N Tbet wis e referenie to .the iiis,'
't had not been opened. So the fate of the two space travelers was no y
t et awards bY
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faculty members Dr. Nancy Bryant, Laureli Butters, ..,, ,, ,,. - ing of. 44,teachers by the.- three,
every, i Dorothy Moody, Subert Turbyfill, Sylvia Johansson Auristela 9 e ,-, segregationist board member,
' 1, Charles R. .Bowen, Steward Sehmidt, and Gloria Tait won Central High s Virgil Blossom --7 earlier this month. The., dismiate
, its soasLI usj aae gi tit oeo ft our c, hi:weer: reh :to f it gnhat at i
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'' "The successful recovery was one of the primary missions of the Jupiter launch- Beown, and Consta,nce Ball, and similar awards for their work on ,
,,- students William. !pack, Nancy the Tropical Collegian, student fl.
o o and led tc the retail vote. e.
Bryant, and David Mason. terary magazine. Blames Vacillating Leadership
,,, ,, z ed, the recall elecainsotinteon:ft.agryrereresaateteistdtensPmttllanttagi
' ing," the Defense Department said in a statement.
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educated Rhesus containing all the elements of The Klowe recovered the neeeese ficates, pins, and 'athletic' letters, June Barlow, Roberto Chan, Bri ,
4 Able, an
, to tap a telegraph key human life including human blood, cone. The destroYer escorts ijb.) emblems, bisignia, trophies, and an cox, Barbara Elich, Nancy
, trained
gold basketballs end volleyballs. Hughes, Dorothy Rose, Herbert NEW YORK, May 28 (.1.PI)- the Little Rocks eity, govermnent, gratione.
a g the flight, and Baker, a was lifted from the sea by 'a team Snowden and .USS Brough and
two long-range P2V Patrol planes
alid' One of the men behind the scenes whichwas then thangmg from a He said the votere',did, hot rea rea1
1 rea1 mon ey In scholarship' the following Schneider., Wilfred Sinclair,
''''.' ., eluriney squirre k that was of recovery experts.
in the Little Rock school crisis mayor council- to city m,anager Ise what they had done..
- wtred up for various tests, spent The Navy tugboat USS Kiowa, took part it. the search. Navy won high hones:. Dceield Alex- John Whitman.
500-mile several other ships and two air- frogmen plunceti into the Alien. ander, Roberto Chan, Patricia Dramatics ,awards were. won told today how segregationist form of government. "I wind& not- be at all surpriseti
ahout 15 minutes on a 1,
Everett, Barber" -Elide Cesar by Donald Alexander, Eileen Da- forces relentlessly took control and Blossom felt that a major con- It there .is not a great' deal el:
right in the nose cone.of a Jupl- planes were waiting in the impAct tic to attach lilisting cables to.the
. Katinco, Anna Marto, Edward melee CarolYn DesPain, Mil- thwarted peaeeful integration tributing factor -was that ,"the violence if the schools ere peeled
, ter missile. Both the simians are area for the end of the monkey cone;
flight. Naghel, Patricia Peck, Antte dred Gibbs, Jo Ann Harte, Eric. plans. . Federal goverment had no plan integratedee, he saide, ,, e ,,
!Male. Schneider, and Mines. Ruth Ad- Larsen, David Mason, Carlos Meg, ..
and no policy for carrying etut Rowland-said he :agreed the e
' e a o ems, Charlotte Norte's, Evelyn eters,- Gladys Miller, Raymond Virgil T. Blossom, siiperint- the school desegregation law. purge of teachers was net tho e
ef schiols In the Arkin- "Even after the situation. at Cen- Felt 'Sewell) the recall. Nieseli :
, ,The Jupiter performed perfect perfectly,
ly, perfectly, leaving its launching pad in a
cram- Steel Industry Otficiais betermine. Reynolds, Sarah Bohai:1g, Elise Oaklety, Cyotr Orr, ,Ruthserrect indent
Saunders, Nellie Stone, Frances, Rive and ruce and y Area sas capital untli relieved lase tral had' become so chaotic :la to. viesictoberylievhede wtheishveedte.thweeumIdal,losaue.d..;
ush of flame at 3:35
Summerford, and. Sylvia Wieck- Spurloik. -, ,.' year, aid the opposition to ints- threaten' the destruction of the the city,closer to I is t e I r a t El ''
g'The precious nose con , ,
's 0 i ci- h rst. Other students 'who won leen used propaganda,' firse public school system, the gov- schools. , ., ee, e-' ,-.; e, :
, ed wee scieir11LIic testing data
To Hold Wage Costs Official Says scholarship honors were Helen
Adams, Gaspar Alvarado, Victor Music awards', went to Don- Viand speeches, fear, threats and ernment provided no leadership McKenley said merely that nisi
actual violence to bring about a and no p me:de irlateetstmagetifileas :0
Zone SPCA Meets
-- o----- .,. Avila, Rex Beck,. Marcel. Belane Alexander, ,Nancy Bryant,
kElicilsen Damerau, David ,Masen, complete breakdoym in the city's lead to a solution:"
lambed action, that could,, geav,eocthem
.er,aebus, cessful term. e 4 e
, ", ger, James Beneon, Nanc flu. Caries Meggers, Htleis Nita, education processes.
' Tonight At JINB NEW YORK (UPI) -.. Steel in dimmed ,hopes for avoiding a
5 I S I k
ant, Laurell Butters, Carpel) Beauprie Preston, and Bruce
Corn Brian Cox, Eileen- Dame- y via pur ot -. Blossom, in ii new book on the whillee samide uGov. ,E
the Little Rock School I Board, Faubus said hefelt the people'
h I ded D Dal Alford of Littl ft k ' f
, dustry executives said today the costly steel srille this summer.
' Ond R6 h II H -I For their -work in guiding the little Rock story entitled -"It H
ing of the Ca- iiitlus,ry was d
etermined to The four-men negotiating teams rail, ead WI
1 a c e e .,, as who later .defeated moderate, Rep. ana tired of the entire schoel 4
ZA general meet thi l'u d d lk
n- hold the line on wage costs s es ay recesse tneir joint ta s ham G. Hill, Nancy Hughes, Hee destinies of ,the Student Associa- Haepened Heree!' eald "the dis- Brooks Hays, and 95 percent of cluestien,l 4. o ,' ' t
nal Zone Society for the Prilevi
ebe ear in an effort to halt inflation recessed their joint talks un- en -. Nita, Frances Paige, Dorothy
-tion 'the following members -of astet was deliberately thrust upon the Central High students were "If the Fed,eriii government Welt.,
ti cil eceived a-
' tion of Cruelty to Animals w so
aYnd combat the inroads of cheap til June 2 so that tie industry Russ, AloOSOO, Keene- Herbert s
t e 'execu ve couEn k,r a. majority by extremists and out- originally in accord wee a ea tc; get out oe the. thing and leaveeit
Held tonight at 7:30 at the U Schneider, Barton Scott, .Nancy wards: William lac re ident,
p sd alders seeking to,,eerve their own.
foreign steel. 6th annual meeting! It also gave begin desegregation with admis- up to the state and local, schodli
JWB in Balboa.
bmitted oh The executives met in Now both sides time to prepare their
Shedd, Sylvia Spurlock, Gloria James DesLondes, vice pren ent, ends." -',,,, ?, -,,
sion of nineNegroes' to the upper dildrictsit the problem -Might to 4
ill be su
.1A report w
t to York for the opening of a two-day strategy. - T 't, CI
al audette Toussiele denies Mildred Gibbs, secretary, William
grades.- : solvede be said. '-- I''
, the activities of the socie y Whitman, and Mmes. Juanita Day. Dolan, treasurer, Brian Cox and He balmed the integration tur-
er meeting of the American Iron ,,,,. tem ,.
, f , He was asked If he then. w "'
date and especially those cov en the talks resume next Louise Edwards, Rochelle licad,
Judith McCullough, sophomore moil of 1957 ,and 1958 which But Blossom said Felbus get out of- the Little 'Reek- sehe4
w beld and Steel Institute. "n
d B b I d
f log, tee Pet and Horse Sho
recently in Balboa. The industry's strong stand Tuesday, the negotiators will have and Dorothy White. class representatives, an eau- rought paratroopers with bare "wavered arid fa tered Lan or seg eueetten and- 1. ,. 0
eve .reoperene se
only four weeks left in which to In each case the awards prie Preston and mariorie Smith, bayonets to Little' Roeles Central regationist pressure" and subse: the foiir closed hish Rhea! lee
. All members are urged to at- t an wa e hike in 1959 has
agains y g
ed contract talks with the write a new contract covering 500,- wore made on the basis of the freshman class representatives. High School On these fedora: quently was, menet:vine:I IMe a -. the beard.- 7 ., ,,, 1. 11. fig .4
tend this meeting. Committee ac- siege 000 steelworkers. The present first semester records. '03 i
Cheerleading awards were w Vac Hatton of political -leaders poiitical comer.' 'News refused to -iiiiiveir'' it' 1
Umted Stee wor ers mon snot
1 k U
i- tivities will be discussed. three-year agreement expires at by Mildred Gibbs, Jo Ann Harte, at state and Federal levels. All Former', Georgie' GOV. MarVill 1.1
e said an, conlin;0111ise weld'
midnight June 30. .,.
Amelia Luddy, Gladys Miller,- of them, he said, fifties, to avoid Green and a -politicalecrony, Au- depend eh
V g I On e attitipir el .the lee -!,,
, e vas S Kilhan Bows Out and Frances Paige. their responsibilities." gusta, Ga. politician- Roy V: Harr tonal Assn. tor., fee-Ael ".
e ris, seized- upon 'the, situation te Metit of Col d -le -r l'alkee
i, 'Weather Or Not I Pacific Northwest s Roger M. Blough, chairman of
U. S. Steel Corp., told reporters in girls' koramural athletics, A "deliberate Not .by segreg-a- e ti ti t ore ,,e-eeltia and. -fee.,
t, stir up prete,gfegai on. sen men, Federal 'IrOv'erniii1ente I,- t.", ,,,,:''',...g4.1
k that steel prices would not go up A- Ir the girls who won awards by tionlets to force a finish fight in
se Richard Allen Hunt s Ike s Assistant Blossom saide Griefin has said he : Reopening' el, th "''''.--Y.'''' -''
, .,. this year if wages did not. foaming the highest number Little Rock in an effort to deliy e" schoo
, a ,v, 0
, was g a have. had. a
1 d to Part
in depend a great' d 1 et r "II I
. This weather report for tee 24 Blough, in discussing the mu- mints were Helen Adams, a showdown on their own home
sf that. , e, ,, a three-judg ea e seel,, ,on
' is a tual assistance pact the industry a a Nancy Bryant, Carolyn Corn, grounds." e court runee ion eve:
By the time of the' scheduled state laws. The de
prepared by the Meteorelo e
11"" "din" a. in. dal 11 On Most Wailed List has admitted it has under study in Science Field Joan Lawter, Had n Nita, and Lack of positive leadership In integration in Septe b 1957 ho cision is due
m er, In a ut two weeks '-'
and ilydrographie Branch of the to counter any divide-and-conquer Auristele Sehmidt.
Blossom said tensions were at
strike the union might call, said In girls' intersc ool athletics , a..omo..... :I,
W GTO Y fever pitch,
the following 11 girls won a- Khrushchev Calls For Bud Abb If
. 0 r es -
C '.1--,---:-
Panami Canal Company:
WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e the plan would not invol th
ve e
Dr James It. Killian Jr resign- He said that One. night be waa
Bilboa Cristobal FBI yesterday placed a trigger. sharing of profits. He did not re- : wards: Arlene Baxter and Joan
' happy young criminal with a yen veal any details of the plan. ed today as President Easenh
1 Lawler in volleyball, basketball, fired oil by a sniper end lei two
er's Special Assistant for Science da-ughterse live were threatened. 1 et. e eet ,
TEMPERATURE: for crossword puzzles on its list However, it has been rumored and bowling) June Barlow in voi void
d void Technology. Lispit uproar s en
, High 91 g5 of ten most wanted fugitives. that the companies might take out an leyball and basketball; Helen Ad- Mom-Free 'Balkans th aut Ida 'C ine"e Pt Abe
Low 76 75 It identified the latest addition a strike insurance polic d
y un er tc
The President OaMod George B. ams in volleyball and bowling; tree High-at various times eine. - ,, -
to its list as 26-year-old Richard which any company shut down -181a
kowsky a Russian-born che-
Carolyn Corn, Auristela Schmidt, LONDON (UPI) Soviet Pre- A
osi by National- Guardsmen ancl in, tee -' ., e
, re.
HUMIDITY: Allen Hunt who it said, is al- mistry professor at Harvard UM- rmy parotroopers B ossom
tett !Pm Iyoke....,.. 0
and Gloria Tait in volleyball and NI'
neer 1
ta Khrushehev called
'. would re e'
, a c- ive premiums" f
-mm versity, to succeed Killian. said there was' relative calm in..
. High 93 94
, ready known to police in the 1" insurance companies. d 19111 d
basketball; Gla ys i er an last mght for an atom-free
t, "' Lew 63 S'' cific Northwest as extremely clan. The resignation, effective in mid- Helen Nita in' volleyball; Doro- B-alkans. But he threatened to es- 'side the build fl be
mg at rst .. ,
gerous The union already has asked July, was disclosed in an ex- thy Metzger in basketball; and tablis,h rocket bases in Albania if tween Negro and white students HOLLYWOOD, Mae :le 4.-arett
--B'ud Abbott, strati -1
. WIND: change .of letters made public by Later however, this spirit de- ght m,at -of I
During his seven-year criminal the Justice Department to inves- leurell Butters in bowling. the United State's went ahead with Abbott and Costello comedy leM,
e (max. mph) W-15 NW-17 the W'hite House. genorat'ed into serious tensions.
' RAIN dinches) .05 2.85 career, Hunt has shot one police. tigate the mutual- assistance plan . In the realm of inen's ethle- its plan to set up miasile bases in He re-com'mended as means of, said socleY a government' t
, 11X
teen, kidnaped another at gun- on the grounds it would violate Killian, who assumed his post tea, a total of only 26 students Greece and Italy. audit h,ad left him broke..
P point, and resisted arrest by the anti-trust laws. The Justice Nov. 15, 1957, said he had to leave le g about peaoeful integre-
' i WATER TEMP: won letters and thus carried the Khrushchev also paused in a brileine "And all m, ned 1
Onner harbors) 82 S4 wielding a pitchfork. He boasted Department-notified the union that "for compelling personal reasons burden for the college in foot- tion:
speech at Tirana, Albania, to cam Y aola pat s sud suddennly
dennly suddennly don't kn
i of being a cop-hater and has a the matter would receive "appro. He said he would return to his Filling any 'vacuums in leader- ow me- ear, Iwo
A ball, baseball, basketball, JV John Foster Dulles an "outstand "outstand,
, "outstand, violent temper. priate attention." duties as President of Massachu- a
basketball, tr ck and field sports, in et d
g poi icaan an to express i vela now that the booze 'hal stopped
ship at national and state le ,,, e
A contineing
study by the Fed- "Rwilill, .. the 63-Year ctki star,
Hunt, a native of Salem, Ore., Bleugh said he was not con- setts Institute of Technology. and swimming.' William Gibson condolences for his death. But he' at his home, which le said
' LAKE ELEVATIONS: is a man of varied talents with vinced the industry's plan would Reviewing his work, Killian was the only four.letter winner told his Communis't audienc D
e ul- al civil' r ,hts commission, look looker
er looker 1g t, ,s, -).)p for sale
mg toward strengthening legisla- e' eelP PaY the taxes;
a will-'o-the-wisp ability to evade violate any law but that if the wrote Eisenhower: (football, baseball, basketball, les appeared to be softening to- "The government took it .411
tion to aid ininorites.
Gatun Lake 83.33 arrest. He is described as an in- companies were barred from help- "I am confident that the pro- track and field) and he was also owar
ward Com,munism along t d but peenutti The
Ertablishment of a national cone thing that did
, Madden Dam 215.99 dustrious worker who is "quiet, ing each other "It would point up grams developed during this re. named by Coach Brown as the the I t
. as it was when they -41
,, shv and intelligent." the great problem his country cent period will stand as, a miles- "Best Athlete of the Year." munity relations commission to ,, .... ,, isallowed ... e
' BALBOA TIDES Physically, he stands 5' 1", faces with respect to 1.10100 pow. tone in the progress of American Bruce Spurlock and George Khrushchev did not mention ex- tit edollars d
foster strung local leadership., in 1,a1u fit on of eduction".
favor of presereing free public Inen they' Tut a lien on epree-
weighs from 155 to 165 pounds. el.." science and in its effective use Trimble won awards. in' footoall f
, :era 'on of his Mr, 27 ultimatum f th deafly everythingee.
FRIDAY, MAY 29 has blue eyes, reddish blond hair He said it would be unfair to by government." baseball, 'and basketball; RaY- for the West to get education and- "respect or- e
out of Berlin ,, Abbott said his .former tin'
, pa er,
, and fair complexion. Hunt fre- permit the union to throw its full , mond Oakley in football, base- but he said the West was trying "lw "lw,
, "lw, vo reement at 3, also lost a great deal ine, tee
High quently wears long sideburns and weight against just one or a few US H I F
e ps ranco ;G9nev- b th U. S.D artment of Health
Guidance "of ati expert nature!' Lou Castello, who' died list Mereb
. ball, and JV 'basketball; Donald it) a id g
,Time Ht. glasses. He has numerous scars companies, while preventing the and, Gary Alexander and James and ai
d Rusaili vvoulil siqn peace' Y e
1 ilett)V Hare to correct audit, whkh covered 'a oven yea
t -4:18 a.m. ....... ... 14.7 ft. on his face and body. companies from taking steps to Benson in football and basket- treaties .wi
, th East and West Ger-lEducation an e N period. ,
'9;42 p.m 13.6 ft. His criminal career began in counteract such tactics. I bale; Burton Mead hi f
-00tball matv if no Geneva agreement lel the edutatioilal lag bet
ween e- ,
et pal of th ."Bute 'ighe said, 'at least. lee
gro arid white pu s e AMMO
. f
Ignores China, Says
and baseball) Eugene Burch en reac-hed. i owned 52 TIT' shorts outright.11
Time Low 1952 when still in the Army. Ile B. M. Byers, president of A. M.
wag arrested in Fresno COUntVo Byers Co., said all the steel of- football and JV basketballz John ,.
age. -- merely got a salary from hinefte
. Ht. California, for grand larceny. He ficials he had talked to have ex-- n Feldt, Harry Keepers, C g,a r 1 es There still was no 'nfficial word e Abbott, who was born in Asbu-
l 2:59 sem 1.7 ft. ha s pursued a life of crime pressed a determinftion to stand rnnceton President Laatz, Robert Priest, Bruce San on the purpose of Khrushchev's
. e an ree n
Services Tomorrow rY Park N J d red el
043:35 p.m 2.7 ft. since. behind the industry's proposed ders III, Benjamin Thomas, and
.- 12-day trip to Albania. A Commue BrooklyeifnCeney Island, said Ole
. one-year contract freeze. INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)--The re- John Willoughly in football: Ri- el. eeee.4 -:e He. 15...: -a ; w Owl 1 1 IA id.
- --

, , ",,'
ation' was not at'
opposite viewpoinl viewpoinlRowland
Rowland viewpoinlRowland Sr.; and'
itegrationists. The
not removed from
len hat' only: theo'
reference te the hi.:
:hers by the- three,
board member,
tenth. The
if a pareat protest
e recall vote.
has offered to go goalt
alt goalt integration, call,
election strictly al
gation- versus.-intovoters
did hot ?ea ?eahad
had ?eahad done.
be at all surprised.
t a great' deal of.
schools are opened
id he agreed thg
:hers was net the
Phe recall. flef,saist :
te vete would-lead
id merely that ths;
) moderates a "fine!
ished -them, a sue-.
he felt the peop e
were ,!,"getting gar:
the entire sch001:
ral government will:
thing and leave-4t
s and local schodli:
problem night,. ta
Id If he then waist;
Little Reck sthee)
issve reopening so,:
I high school Up frg
osed to answer;'
cohiltiotnise woitter,
attitude:of the Nil.
tkr- Myantr-:
,andt tte;
thi- schOols
t deal, be ono
out-t ruling on tivo:
le decision is dun
oil- Cries'
D, Nay .11 (T.11,1)
straight man -of the
stello comedy tetih,
government. tax
him broke.
so-called pals sud sud:now
:now sud:now me any, more
booze has stopped
13-year old star-said
vhich is np for sale
e taxes. r.
ment took it all
rile thine that did
bey ..disallowed
)1Iars of deductioit.
it a lien On Irv.
his former partner,
vbo died last Marsh
great deal ist istwei'ed,
wei'ed, istwei'ed, a, Seven yeat
said, I'at leag It);
shorts outright.
dory from hitel-4
was born in Asbu Asbu,
, Asbu, and reared 04n
key Island, said the
reed him, and Cps Cpss
s Cpss residual rights slo
) a studio for $100,-
I then turn over the
AWS 45,000
Australia (UPI
)00 people attended
ly Graham's filial
ig in this city, yesthree-day
It a total' of mgre ,
tisions for chrial,
of the meetillS ;-
itional 1,000 de&