The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
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English
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
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Panama -- Panama

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

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Z Fumes As Holiday Falls
Saturday Bill in Hot' Ise

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- Low moans and groans were aualble through the Canal Zone
,
today as employes prepared for a Memorial Day holiday that is
hardly a holiday. It falls on Saturday. 7
"- .'- Except for service and locks workers, nobody works on Satur Saturliar
liar Saturliar anyway, they grumble. ,,
, -, 'Holidays falling on Sunday give US federal workers Monday
off 11 well, but there is no provision for holidays which fall on
Saturdays. '-

,OAS Team
,
Closes Panama
Invasiontleport

. WASHINGTON, May 'Y'29 (UPI)
--Members of the Interamerican
Investigating Committee on Pans Pans,
, Pans, ma met "tday ,to put finishing
touches on its report on the
short-lived invasion of Panama
- by a rebel band.
A spokesman for the gr'oup
said the report will be formally
adopted early next week.
Another source said that much
taro has bean takon to ampha.
size tho conciliatory role of
111, five-nation committea. it
was croatad by tho Organize.
' Non of American States (OAS)
last month to make an on-tho.
spot inquiry two Panamanian
sharps that tho Cuban-basod
invation,was a throat to the
peace and security of the ham hamIsohora.

But if the American Federa Federation
tion Federation of Government Employes
, (AFGE) has, its way in Washing Washing'
' Washing' ton this grave matter will soon
1
be rectified.
The federation as sponsored
legislation to give government
employes Friday off when the
holiday occurs on Saturday.
Local AFGE president Rufus
Lovelady revealed the proposed
bill has already been reported out
of committee favorably and is
awaiting House floor action.
1From there it goes to the Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, where it is expected to 'pass
without much opposition.
If it had been passed before
May 30, the bill would have cost
the federal government 36,000,000,
but it seems the 1959 fiscal cof coffers
fers coffers are empty and even this pal paltry
try paltry sum could not be scraped up.
On the other hand, if. the bill
doesn't pass before July 3 to
give workers that day off for 'the
July 4 holiday, it will be two
years before the situation re recurs.
curs. recurs.
Local bookies are not yet quot quoting
ing quoting odds on groans or smiles for
the July 4 weekend.-

&rim'? Reenlistmenf
141e ,FAr And!
Rises By 40:.,4

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"Leif the people knots the truth i'ind the country'is safe' Abraham Lincoln
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PANAMA, R. 7'9 FRIDAY, mAy 29, 1959

-'The committee met leaders of
the 87-man inVasion voup and
t, helped persuade them to surren surrender.
der. surrender. The committee, cotnposed of
.; ,-representatives'of Argentina, Bra.
til, Costa Ricei' Paraguay and
. ''the 'United Stites, has. been work works'
s' works' ing on its report, for Abe past
; three ,weelta, 4 ;
Sioce st'ptelittittlarriverbal re reAiport
Aiport reAiport to' ths:PAttouttriVjottrited
off an acrituonioue 'exchattg-Ise
n'tween'Cubs",'and? the 'Dominiean
Republici members of the coin coin'
' coin' mittee areAtelown to be Jotting
pains to avoid stating any coOtro coOtroversist
versist coOtroversist conclusion in the official
report, Th'

P;r1ella Alratte
Mos, WI clime
8 Fomillet Onufeel

11141111dXCLI u:" -,...o, 9A..., t. vv.- An inr:pressive parade ef mill mill'
' mill' ter, and at least two shops were
tary ano veterans units will open
totally destroyed.- Memorial Day services tomurow
Allot the' shops are' the 4)roperty, morning on tne Atlantic Side.
tof Luis H. ,Barletta; who has rent. The parade is scheduled to begin
, ed them for more than,30.-years. Promptly at 10 am. at the junction
s Cquse.of the fire was underterm. of Whitlock Avenue and Bolivar
fried, although an unconfirmed re- Highway and will move to Mt.
port said it originated'in a small Hope Cemetery for the services'
at 10:45. In case of inclement
eabinet shO. None et tbe shoPt
: weather, the program will be held
' was insured.
. in' the Margarita Clubhouse Thea TheaA
A TheaA total of seven hose lines, was tre.
used to fight the fire. Firemen, un- Grand Marshal for the parade
der Chief Raul Arango were still will be Lt. Col. A. P. Shipley. His
dealing with smouldering areas at staff will include Capt. Acy L.
' daybreak. -., ,., Swaney, Lt. William L. Strong,
Two firefighters, Olegarie 13Ola-. Lt. D. D. Truett') and representa representa;
; representa; flo and Gitillermo Aldana; were tives of the Air Force, American
, injured, but neither seriously... Legion and Veterans of Foreign
,
,
, 'Wart.
.
Units participating in the
Tourisi Agencies, march will include the Colon
Bomber. Band, National Guard
79th Army Band, platoons form
;. (1 Sources Deny the 20th Infantry, 517th Artillery
USARCAB1B School,a1 Fort Gu Gu.
. Gu. lick, Harbor Defense at Coco So.
0 t Incidentsin Colon
,4 lo, veterans organizations and
auxiliaries, Boy and Girl Scouts.
Principal speaker at the ceme-1
,
-- A pnblished report' from do.,. tert service will be Col, Cecil
Commandant of USAR USAR10n
10n USAR10n saying tourists recently have limes,
CARIB ,School at Gulick. Judge L.
,, been molested or attacked by
B. Hillsinger of Cristobal will in in.
. in. Youthful hoodlum bands while
was t,roiuce the.,speakers snd the Get Gett
t Gett sightseeing in that city
tysourg Address will be recited
!, denied today both by Canal
Zone officials and representa- bY William S. 'Hayes of Cristobal
agen.. High School. The invocation will
' tives of Panama travel
. cite. be delivered by Maj. G. Chaphe
and the benediction by Capt. J.
,
, 'rhere have been no cruise Diez,' both Gulick chaplains.
i ships here recently but travel. The Panama National Anthem
agencies said they regularly will be sung by Ifirs. Lilia Villa Villasend
send Villasend tourist parties from 'Pan- laz Escape and tbe Star Spangled
, ,ama-City by car to visit the At- Banner by Mrs. Esther Keelean.
1 !antic side. and 110 Incidents Graves will be decorated during
. liave been reported by hired the service by Scouts and Junior
,
,' drivers. V.F.W. and American L e g I 0 n
member.
, '? .- Although the Colon report General chairman of the Milan.
laid' Atlantic side Zone author- tic fide obaesrvance is Robert R.
''''. Wes have warned tourists to Micek. His committee includes
,
i 'Amid the city .temp9rkrilg ,:o- Maj., Map;on (1,0. Nolte, Cant. Or Or;
; Or; itee Offietals said no Mich Warn- land Ortiz-Moreno, Lt. L. A.
.. ., lug had been, given nor was Clark Ind Ens, DOL. Youngblood.
' 'canttmplated. Air services will be conducted

A raging fire earlv'this mornind
partially destroyed a row of shors
neer the Carcel Mode lo ard left
at least eight families homeless.
The blaze broke out suddenly
shortly after 3 a.m. and a Young Youngster
ster Youngster living in the area mith his
uncle raced to the nearest alarm
box to alert Panama's homberos.
Scene of the fire was a row ,ot
eamentry, mechanic and black blacksmith
smith blacksmith shoos in an ancient wood
Structure built during. early eons-1
truction days in the Canal Zone.
A total of 20 small shoos were
damaged bv flames, smoke Or wa water,
ter, water, and at least two shops were
totally destroyed.
All of the' shops are the property
tof Luis H. Barletta; who has rent.
ed them for more than.30.-years.
Cquse.of the fire was underterm undertermfried,
fried, undertermfried, although an unconfirmed re report
port report said it originated'in a small
eabinet shoo None of tbe shops'
was insured.
A total of seven hose lines was
used to fight the fire. Firemen, un..
der Chief Raul Arango were still
dealing with smouldering areas at
daybreak.
Two firefighters, Olegario Bola Bola.
. Bola. lio and Guillermo Aldana; were
injured, but neither seriously..

The Army's April teenlistment
rate for.the Panama Area indi:
cates an increase of 40.4 per cent
as coMpareewith Met-dh, the ij'A
ARCARIEReCINiting Office ae
nottneed,04,,?'"
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This was Only .5 per 'cent:undat
the all tkme high of 59.2 per cent
for January j958, which was the
highest rate-for The Panama A Area
rea Area during any month since June
1956.
During the month, 27 out of a
possible 46 eligible indivijuals re reenlityed,
enlityed, reenlityed, giving a rate of 58.7 per
cent.

Percentages by posts and top
units for the month of March were
Fort Kobbe 83.3 per cent; Fort
Gulick-66.6 per cent; For Atria.
dor-63.6 per cent; Quarry Heights
50.0 per cent and Fort Clayton
The Panama Area rate of 18.3
per cent for March compares fa favorably
vorably favorably with the Army-wide rate
of 20 per cent for the same period.

Elaborate Memorial Day Observances
Set On a's Atlantic, Pacific Sides

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BALBOA' Bj SCHOotc,NuRsEs-1CertlitkatAt tinle tor el Vigi441;ils tompileteta tome, aursir'rkturte plinga togfer tft
to,liglW7:1141ria.4Istrklburneaie. 'spantOr of Alia tatAirtitrurseset ,Balboit High,Behoolfraturiertfflei: tior10110,4 Natp 'is
Frances-Andrews; Jbanna:Brown; Berrt4tryintr10:CourtilleritOgarchAirnlan nr Home Nursing in the CanartoneMpter
of the Americati,:4ed CrOS8 who Is Preseo-, ting leOltiOate, SI,And, ,EyelYri; Itopertki.,'Balboa athool nurse, Not present when the
picture was taken at' NanCy AskeWp a, Balboa High Scheol student who alto tOmpleted the course.

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But Which One Gets Head Start?

harmony, make nothing but
beautiful music M the Pans-Mai
Railroad's cashbox.
The Club Altamira contindes
to refuse to ride the same FaH
ther's Day special with the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Commissary Cluo June 21.
SO it's two specials, at a mini miniMum
Mum miniMum of $200 each, that the
railroad will be running across

at 10:45 over Mt. Hope Cemetery,
Father Michael Wye will officiate
at sea services with a Navy firing
squad, veterans- organizations and
Scouts.
On the Patifii side the first
activity will begin at 6:30 a.m.
with the decoration of veterans
graves at the Corezel cemetery
by Girl and Boy Scouts.
There will be other sidelight ac activities
tivities activities and at, 9115, a.m. busses
will. depart,, from the Balboa
Heights railroad station to Coroz Corozal
al Corozal for the general public memori memori;1
;1 memori;1 services.
The bisse are being supplied
through the Cdurtesy o the Army
and Air Force end will make a
return trip ab the conclusion of
the exercises.,
At 9:95 the' march will begin
into Corozal ty military and ci civic
vic civic organizations led by Grand
Marshal. Col. Walter J. Preston,
Jr.
MemoHal services will start at
the cemetery at 9:45 with Col. Ed Edward
ward Edward T. Imparate, Deputy Chief
of the Staff of the Caribben Air
Command making the principal
, address.

Sour notes in Isthmian social to Colon that day.
.rmony make nothing but Suggestions that a single,
autiful music M the Panainal shared train could be split by
illroad's cashbox. a locked baggage car or even
. by a couple of Pat cars, or
rhe Club Altamira contindes'
refuse to ride the same Fa- hopper cars, so that members
of the 4wo clubs could be ef efer's
er's efer's Day special with the Pa- actively segregated as they
'ic Commissary Cluo June 21. journeyed, have fallen ou
SO it's two specials, at a mini- deaf Club Aitamira ears.
1m of $200 each, that the The two clubs "are entirely
ilroad will be running across different fields of endeavor,"
declares Club Mtamira acting
7
president George G. Thomas.
Railroad officials are hoping
Day Observances that Thomas does not find the
difference in the fields of en en!
! en! deavor so wide' that the Club
i
ic, Pacific SI ee Altamira finds itself unable to
U 3 ride a train along the same
route as the Pacific Commis Commis,
, Commis, sary Club. The railroad doesn't
have all that many routes to
10:45 over Mt. Rope cemetery, offer after Colon has beeu used
ther Michael Wye will officiate up. A gay day, perhaps, at the
sea services with a Navy firing La Boca tank. farm, or unre unread,
ad, unread, veterans- organizations and strained merriment in t h e
outs. Gamboa gravel pit.
On the Patifii side the first The railroad will strive to
etivity will begin at 6:30 a.m. please, no matter what,.
'ith the decoration of veterans Pacific Commi s s a r y Club
Paves at the Corozel cemetery spokesman Linton G. Roberts
y Girl and Boy Scouts.
rhere will 'be other sidelight se se'
' se' said today that his organization
ities and at, 9115,, a.m. busses was willing to share tne special
with the Club Altamira and
1. depart,, from the Balboa split the cost' 4200 for an en enights
ights enights railroad station to Coroz- gine and three coaches, $ott for
for the general 'public memori- each extra coach, no quote for
services. coaches without the engine.;
rhe bus. se are being supplied It is clear to him that if it
ough the edurtesy. o the Artily good enough fOr Russian foreign
d Air Force and will make a minister Andrei Gromyko to
,urn trip ab the conclusion of share a plane back across the
! exercises., Atlantic with his Geneva .con .conkt
kt .conkt 9:35 tbe march will begin ference foes, the foreign Christ Christ.
. Christ. ian Herter RIS),,,Selwyn Lloyd
o Corozal by military and cl
! organizations led by Grand (Britain) and Maurice Couve de
Murville (France),- then it is
arshal. Col. Walter J. Preston,
good enough for the Pacific
VlemoHal services will start at Commissary. Club to share a
! cemeterY at 9:45 with Col. Ed. train across the Isthmus with
ird T. Imparate, Deputy Chief the Club Altamlra.
the Staff of the Caribben Air Spurning the Gro m y k o
mimand tnaking the principal point, the ChM Altamira pur purdress.
dress. purdress. ., sues an intransigent Molo

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Drafting' Is' Cheap,- Says Hershey, But Oh Those Expensive
i A
y FR NK ELEAZER million dollars a year to take 100,- guys iround who can testify to the ists, engineers, and teachers. So VP'
' '' 1
, 000 men inter Service." He said it efficacy of that one page. Greet- in fact are students of just snout be
.
WASHINGTON RIPI)One wa looks to him, too, '' like drafting iogs from the President, it said.- anything else, as long as they keep on
or another, most young fellows these few felloWs is getting kind But although 118,000 young men up their grades. So are fellows in ah
these days are being passed up of expensive. , turn 18, each month, and must re- all kinds of jobs held to be useful. It'
by the draft.'So here was Lt. Gen. True, said Hershey, whbse trou- gilder for the draft, only about 10,- Farmers don't go. Fathers gen- hil
Lewis B. Hershey, )the draft di- bleti probably weren't much 'worse oon each month now get this cheer- erally don't either. 1
rector, asking for more money not when he wag drafting Iem by the y announcement. With Hershey's declining busi- bit
to draft 'em with, , hundreds of thousands each MOnth "We are going on the assump- ness in mind, th,e House recently 1
From all the signa, he may get But the waY things are nOW, Her- tion, now with a reesonable sup- ordered a cut in his budget. For he
it too, although it Is true a Sen. shey said les not the fellow he ply of manpower, that where any- the year starting July 1, he asked an
ate Appropriatinits subcomMittee drafts that costs him so much; it's body is doing anything in the na- for, $30,650,000 compared to the sol
which ',heard .!Hershy's plea had the several Ithers he leaves, at tional Interest, we let 'em go a- $29,556,800 which he currently4
BB Sel
hoped things would work out the home. '" head and do it," Hershey explain- tits House gave him only $29, ,-
other way 'round., '"The troubles is," Hershey moan ed. 000..
Chairman Warren G Kagnuson ed, "it takes hundreds of pages Scientists and engineers of do
(D-Wash,) told the general folks of paper to defer a man, where it course are deferred. So are teach- He asked the Senators to restore lit
are beginning to say, "look at takes only one page to indust him." ers. So are youngsters 'who look the $1,650,000 reduction. Not only col
that Hershey fellow, spending See There are some is million like they are going to bit 'mica- is there endless paperwork invol- do

t

tov-like policy. No fraterniza fraternization.
tion. fraternization. In some obscure way, it seems
that by running two trains the!
Panama Railroad may be doing'
more for education than if it
,ran lust one special. The club
Altamira proclaims that the,
funds from all its ventures tin tineluding
eluding tineluding Fathec's Day special,
train expeditions) "are dedicat dedicated
ed dedicated to ftirthering the educatiow
of several youtns of Panama,
Colon and the Canal Zone."
Roberts simultaneously de declares
clares declares that the take from the
Pacific Commissary Club's spe special
cial special will go to helping the edit-.
cation of Roland B. Hinds, of
Paralso.
Heady stuff for a silroad
whose educational efforts have
been,limited to coaxing kids not
to play on the tracks when the
train's coming.
Back in its earliest days when
Panama was part of Colombia
there was a more notable edu educational
cational educational effort, when a Texas
Ranger who had been hired to
discourage local train robbers
strung one such up on a gal gallows
lows gallows improvised on a flat car,
and 'sent the educational ex exhibit
hibit exhibit cormtuting across the
Isthmus.
However, neither Thomas nor
Robertt'have so far drawn any
direct link between this long longago
ago longago oceasion and the railroad's'
current involvement in educa education.
tion. education. Both of them, though, are
getting as far back as possible
towards the Gold Rush days
in their efforts to prove their
club was the first to request
a Father's Day special aor this
year.
Perhaps the disnute could be
solved interestingly by starting
the two specials simultaneously
from opposite sides of the Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, throttles tied open, no
drivers...

...Kik

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NEWSPAPER

ang

Six Balboa Girls
V lin Certificztes
(1 ;77.-se Nurgrg

Six Balboa High School sit!
dents, eo complei- a coiirse
this week in home nursing and
the care of tho sick and injured
were presented with certifica,
by Mrs. Courtney Rogers, chair chairman
man chairman of Home Nursing in the Ca
nal Zonn Chapter of the Amin
can Reid Cross.

The ceremony wag held in the
high s'hoo' Iv- pin Lers
of the cla-is dres!-I ,e
anrons they wear on home nurs
ing assignments,
The seven-week course, which
started last month, was conduct conducted
ed conducted by Mrs. Evelyn Koperski,
Balboa School nurse in the high
school clinic. It was under the
joint sponsorship of the Canal
Zone School Health Unit, the Ci Civil
vil Civil Defense, and the Ammcan
Red Cross.

Students completing the course
were Beverly Phillips, Nancy
Grimes, Frances Andrews, Joan Joanna
na Joanna Brown, Beverly Bryant and
Nancy Askew.

Plans have been made to con,
duct similar classes during the
next sch ool year. Candidates
will be selected from a wing
members of the Future Nurses
Club, of which Mrs. Mary Hour Hourneay
neay Hourneay is the sponSor. They must
be more than 15 years of a ge.
Graduates of the course wilt
be qualified to do home nursing
and take care of the sick and
injured. They will be placed on
the Civil Defense list of nursing
assistants.

ists, engineers, and teachers. So
in fact are students of just anout
anything else, as long as they keep
up their grades. So are fellows in
all kinds of jobs held to be useful.
Farmers don't go. Fathers gen generally
erally generally don't either.
With Hershey's declining busi business
ness business in mind, the House recently
ordered a out in his budget. For
the year starting July 1, he asked
for $30,650,000 comptired to the
$29,556,800 which he currently has
th9 House gave him only $29,000..
000..
He asked the Senators to restore
the $1,650,000 reduction. Not only
is there endless paperwork invol

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ZettOMM'S

CANADIAN 'WHISKY
1-17ohowted4t Ase apa.s

Re .sai'yt,he ship reaghed the
coin, abttt' 20 minutes Met,. it
landed.
The actual recovery operations
were hampered somewhat by
choppy seas and took about 90
minutes.

Lt. (jg) R. E. Foy, who is sta sta,ioned
,ioned sta,ioned in Puerto Rico, directed
ae group of four frogmen who
made the actual recovery of the
nose cone With the monkeys inside,

Foy and three enlisted men
G. Pries' ey, Nolan Smith
and Ar,hur Johansenpaddled
in a rubber raft from thp Kio Kiowa
wa Kiowa to the nose cone.
They attached a line to the
cone nd it was safely hauled
aboard.

Foy said "several sharks cir circled
cled circled us' during the operation,
but their chark r,,pellent was ef effective
fective effective and there were no mis mis)pps.
)pps. mis)pps. Mai. Gerald A. Champlain,
of the Redstone Arsenal, Ala.,
COMM i;l1P of:i-er of the o operation,
peration, operation, said the two monke:,.
named Able and Bakerwere
eating and happy.
He said she monkeys' condition
was excellent.
Military authorities cut off re reporters'
porters' reporters' questions about the mon monkeys
keys monkeys and refused to let newsmen
see the animals.

At Cape Canaveral, Fla., sci scientists
entists scientists said the flight by the
two monkeys who survived in
perfect'condition cleared ono of
the major hurdles in America's
race to put a man into vacs.
Able and Baker are the first
primates to survive a space
flighta forerunner of similar
tests scheduled for the nation's
man-in-space candidates.
The two female monkeys were in
"perfect condition," escaping the
fate of the first space monkeY.
"Reliable," who perishtd last
Dec. 13 when his cone capsule
could not be recovered.

The flight of Able and Baker
lasted only 15 minutes, at a veloc velocity
ity velocity of 10,000-miles per hour. For
about eight minu'es they were
practically weightless.

Deferments!

ved in deciding a man ought to
be deferred. Hershey said. but
once he's deferred, his local board
always has to keep him in sight.
It's lot less work just to draft
hi m
But even then Hershey's trou troubles
bles troubles aren't over.
Ile said 40 per cent of the men
he sends to the Induction station
are turned down..as unfit, tor rea reasons
sons reasons that sometimes leave him
scratching his head.
"We had a fellow once turned
down on account of a bad bkck,"
Hershey recalled. "They said he
couldn't lift. Now he is a steve stevedore
dore stevedore by profession."

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Military Officials
Won't Let Them
Be Interviewed

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, May 29 (UPI) The 110$11'
k cone of the rocket that successfully carried two monkeys
1
,
l 300 miles into space landed only five miles from the re;.4'
.
4, covery ship Kiowa, it was disclosed today. 4
Lt. Jose Ph Guion, commanding officer of the Kioia,
,
( made the disclosure when the vessel reached here this
.:: morning. The nose cone and the monkeys were being'
transferred to a U.S. Air Force DC-6 for a flight to Wash-
.'. ington later in the day.
Guion said the projectile was clearly visible "liko
:
4, a large shooting star" while it was descending. It re re::
:: re:: mained visible until it disappeared at a point 20 degrees
above the horizon.
Cloudiness obscured the final portion of its descent,
1 Guion, said.
But he said that about a minute after the nose cons
hit the water, blinking white identificatin light attach-.:,
ed to it began flashing. This helped the Kiowa close Ibit
.,;. thir-area swiftly. ,,

It was believed that the 300-mils
altitud,e was not great enough fox
radiation to have appreciahly
fect upon the monkeys.
The monkeys were chosen aritt
prepared for specific scientific as.
signments. These included gaut
ing reactions to acceleration, deo
celeration, vibration, rotation,
rocket noise and weightless con.
ditions.
Physiological data such as heart
bea0 temperature, muscle reae
tion, pulse velocity from large
blood vessels and respiration was
measured under determined con.
ditions.

The 'Federal spats,' tgency,:
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seven of the test pilots selected
es 'the flilt American astral.
nauts will take "training ridesc
In the nose cones of bellied
missiles fired over the same
range the monkeys trave4d.
The seven pilots came to Cape
Canaveral last week, and the
training flights may take place
next year.
Under the man-in-space time timetable,
table, timetable, monkeys, dogs and pige
will first take rides in missiles missilespropelled
propelled missilespropelled capsules.
Then animals will be put in.
to orbit prior to the launching
of tho first U.S. mantled
lite scherluled sometime in 11.
Able, a seven .potmd Rhesus
monkey, was specially trained to
press a signal key:ivhen she saw
a flashing light blinking in her
250-pound cylindrical capsule. No
signal was received. however.
Able wore a space suit and
chle,:ombientg, t,prohteotywperrnof bypromteacntiivne.
spa ce pioneers. The suit was
rigged with the sighl device and
inctruments to measure physio physiological
logical physiological reactions and changes. The
monkey's cylinder was air-conditioned,
with two compleie changes
of air per minute. She lay flat
On her back, knees dran up ingot ingotly
ly ingotly to resist strs.sses of gravity at
blastoff and the terrific impact
upon re entry into the atmo atmosphere.
sphere. atmosphere. Tiny Baker, a one-pound squir squirrel
rel squirrel monkey, lay on a small
moulded bed of silicone rubber
overlaid with a thin sheet of foam
rubber. She wore a helmet of
'molded plastic.
The space lab capsules,' 10-
ounce aluminum cylinders, car carried
ried carried the eggs and sperm of sea
urchins which were mixed in
three separate vials when the
cone reached maximum speed.
Science hoped to learn mote
about the effects of cosmic radio.
tion, weightlessness and tempera.
,ture upon fertilization, fertilenge
and cell division.

The whole flight and recoverf
was scientifically precise and andnearly
nearly andnearly perfect,. From the blast-oft
of the 52-ton orange-painted Jo --
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range in the calm Atlantic. evil
erything worked smoothly, ,
In addition to the cells and bl
the biological lab capsules card
samples of yeast, corn. musta
seed, fruit fly larvae and p is
breld mold, all expected tit
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f, Ione simulated A-bomh alert. the Canal wet allact5ed in the vi,-initv
' el the Gattin The,nienlePr exnloqinn tfw''' Pie Ce PI ib011f 4000
toot altitude and the bomb itself Ay, 0,00 25 timesas powerful as
the A-bomh used over T-tiroshim in 194g
The Ifirochima bomh som- '75.000 neonle and wirvtd nut a
'Food siyed eh Anse from the moral question, the attack clearly
demoralized the lenanese People.
On the d'y of the test here it was reporter that the bomb blast's
odestruetion" covered Rn area with a lWO Mile raeltiq from tho cen centir.
tir. centir. A elOite lor.k at fly man thOWS P nntAntial nnnulgtion in this area
, itf only a few thotis!md In addition the reports said the lOcks' !ante !ante!tttre
!tttre !ante!tttre was not darnaeed.
o Sounds like the "enemy" wasted its money on a bomb too big for
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TRE PAML lit.O.X'

I don't know where the misinformed "Well Informed" (Mail Box,
May 26) got his "facts about FDR and HST, but he should have check checked
ed checked his information before making such irresponsible statements.
"Fact" one, that the United States was Abe first country to es establish
tablish establish diplomatic relations with Russia (preguinably post-revolution
Russia), is a falsehood. On Feb. 1, 1924, the British government re recognized
cognized recognized the USSR. By Jan. 1, 1925, Italy, Norway, Austria, Greece,
Danzig, Sweden, Denmark, Mexico, HungarA,France, Japan, in that
order, recognized Russia. Eight years later, Atte United States fol followed
lowed followed suit.
"His "fact" that going off the gold standard in 1939 brought about
ail era of cheap money and hence, chaog,110'quite ludicrousk.j. P.
Morgan stated to FDR that going off the gold gandard was "the best
possible course under existing conditions. Your action saved the coun country
try country from complete collapse." And this from the chief economic royal royalist
ist royalist of Wail Street.
When did Roosevelt make a deal with Stalin about the 38th Parallel
in Korea? This line was agreed upon after United,Stittes and Russian
forces entered Korea for the purpose of accepting Japanese surrender
there.
From "facts," our "Well Informed" friend. switches to "indict "indicttilents''
tilents'' "indicttilents'' of HST. Of course he can accuse Truman of anything he
chooses. But he should remember that the issue at stake, in the Mac MacArthur
Arthur MacArthur controversy, was: who sets national Tolley, the military or
the elected officials?
, Before the Old Soldier faded away he demanded an all-out war
on China, (probably to cover up his "home by. Christmas" promise)
and wrote to a Renublican Congressman expressing his views, which
is a serious offense for one of our highest ranking-generals. As the
chairman of the United States Chiefs of Staff said. at the time. a war
with China would have been the wrong war, at The wrong place, at
the wrong time, with the wrong enemy.
When a general, actively engaged in war, dictates national policy.
there is only one recourse for the Commander in Chief to do what
Truman did.
; The rest of "Well Informed's" itemized "facts" are merely opin opinions.
ions. opinions. prejudices, and innocuous statements. Our now better informed
friend concludes that his "facts" and "indictments" are nothing but a
catalog of the shortcomings of FDR and HST A feeble conclusion
Or such damning evidettce.
The trouble with "Well Informed" and,other self-apnointed bis bistbrians
tbrians bistbrians is that they choose to believe' any unverifiable information
ihich voincides with their prejudices and pet peeves.
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i"TViewer" lei"TViewer" (Mail Box, May 23) sounds like a dissatisfied civilian.
e 'has evidently been dnwn here for some tirne, as he referred to
e cutting of commercials a few years ago. This is to tell him that
le editing is done at Armed Forces Rsdin and Television Service, Los
ageles. So be tan leave the good Joes here nt crN sinno.
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WHAT WILL WE HAVE IN 10 YEARS?

Sir:
Haven't been able to find the issue of Life Magazine which says
that in JO years the United States will just about have abolished
poverty. But from the news stories running ahead, it looks fascinating.
The stories stir various ideas.
(I) If these stories are being run in the SnAnish press, and if the
Alirticle is picked un in Life en Espnfint, and Life International, it
Should be big news in many parts of the world that there are even
'now any persons living in poverty in the United States.
;,,s The picture abroad is so heavily larded with such words as "rich"
r "comfortsble" that most inhabitants of other lands hRve no idea
that a lot of Americans are not living well. and a lot of others are
having to scrptch like hell to pay rent and grocery bills. Averages
don't tell the whole story.
(2) If the American economy Is going to keep me comfortably
In retirement a few years from now. it had better be putting some
real brakes on Inflation My savings and a tiny pension won't keen
Vie even for modest living in what has been called my "status"
in life.
(3) If everybody is going to have so much more than he does
now, what satisfaction will big money be? And will we exert our ourWves
Wves ourWves to get it, Just to buy bigger and better toys? Yachts, cars,
isomes, fancy cows, purebred dogs, country estates?
s (4) And another thing, what's this About "the ancient image of
Ork as someibing manual and tedious will be fading rapidly?"
Some of us like manual work. It's man's nature to want to do
things, make things. create with his hands.
Not everybody likes to push pencils or audit accounts or run a
typewriter, or even push the button on a big mechanical press.
What is to become of the man whose skill is in his fingers? He's
built the world we have today. Is he going to he frozen out like the
mule, and the water buffalo and working dogs?
Curious Inclood

MILITARY MANGOPOWER

EVen thourh the rainy season seems to be a little late in com coming
ing coming this year, there har been enough of the wet stuff to change that
dull crass a nicer xhade of green and to put the mango trees into
inn bloom. For those who enjoy the wet season here in the land of
ntingoett, the cooler air ak more pleasant atmosphere, is a pleasant
relief. Tor those who have anything to do with the mangoes, it is
not so pleasant If you don't have any of these trees growing on your
rented or bouqht land, consider yourself lucky. For n8 that have to
pick them off the ground, both hard ones anti rotten, sticky ones,
leisn't so pleasant.
t' It seems to me that 90 percent of all mangq trees are planted at
irprt Amador. At least after three or four succeisive weeks of picking
theM up from the ground where they SPPM tl end up instead of
staying on the trees where they belong, the percentage seems that
high. Our detlits have not yet begun but when they do you can
bet there will be twiny servicemen that would rkther be somewhere
elta than Am Pidor. Most of us like it there but that land on .which
themanto trees grow isn't ours and we can't understand why we
ein't leave the green, Or usually rotten yellow things on the ground
where they fall If any readers have heen walnut pickers, you can
understand our problem, any offers of assistance.

Pooped Mango Picker

Labor News
And
iComments

By VICTOR RIESEL
Early Sunday morhing
air 'inystery man- ---Yotmgel,,,an
mos. AA mor3 fun icetiug
anu iree wileelinguteo in the Asi
trict oi treorge Wean Weanington
ington Weanington hospital. Anu with him
aim miffs hopes
lor oisengagement irom bet,es
o. ieuds watch stall
aireateil powef.
was Cheyiitz, a pro prole,arian
le,arian prole,arian kid turiled Lawton plate
anti sw,niming pooi squire oil toe
Lets tie wade .3 Lie
-AIGLA4 41wAys consulteuano nau
ijte., lox. almost. a tie tiecaue.
caue. tiecaue. laey weie ciosetaese two
ruedand in Lae past two momas
Cneylitz nas oeil attemptiog to
qu,et Jimmie down.
ridoie LidU into aying to argue
the leamster cntef
in a 1..sh bowl unoer Lae gaze
columnists, magazine wri..as Ana
their pnotograpners. home only
succeeded in convincing ainituse
to stay oll the air so kne
would not see and hear 1nm cluck
a curved question.
But was a rare moment in
the past 10 years wnen tiolia
not iisten to Cheytaz, triead
'Hollywood stars anti pro,tucers,
diplomats ancl cabinet inenibers,
clergymen and columnists, Indus Industrait
trait Industrait tycoons and grass roots ow'
siness agents.
There will be some insiders who
will scoff at. tile influence at the
influence held by this 40-year-old'
Washington lawyer and labor re relations
lations relations man. But those woo really'
knew Eddie know that his in influence
fluence influence reached high into Am American
erican American circles in. Moscow, d.plo d.plomatic
matic d.plomatic circles in Lonuon and in intellectual
tellectual intellectual circles in the great Am American
erican American universities.
It was Cheyfitz's idea to attempt
to turn Hotta into an internatio international
nal international personality and it was
Cheylitz who flew to Drussels and
London and walked into our em embass.ies
bass.ies embass.ies there in an etiort to pave
the global ways.
It was Cheyfitz who conceived
the daring moves to turn Hoffa,
the husky ware-houseman, into
Hoffa, the university man. Eddie
did this one day when he was lec lecturing
turing lecturing at Harvard. Cheyfitz talked
to one of the world's outstanding
economists there. The professor
invited Hoffa to speak. When
Hoffa finished, the professor- told
Cheyfitz that the Teamster chief
had shown fine knowledge of the
economists there The profes professor
sor professor invited Hoffa to speak. When
Hoffa, the university man! Eddie
one of The world's outstanding
economics of transportation.
Eddie 'said why not put it' in
writing, The professor did. Copies
of that letter made the rounds and
Eddie was hard at work trying to
'provethatioffetwes brelitiee than
bra wpier,
It Was Clieyfiti Who sung some
industrialists into the "Hoffa'snot-
so- bad-he's-still-young- waitand-see"
camp. Eddie did this by
using his own business contacts
a network few in this land would
believe even if they saw it on
Playhouse 90.
Eddie's own relationshio t i GI
him into sections of the merchant
marine, steel, oast, auto, glass,
textile, trucking, auto parts and
container 'industries constantly,
he lunched with generals. re reformers,
formers, reformers, corporation presidents,
churchmen and national hbor
leaders.
He would drop names into a
conversat'on like trips drop an anchorand
chorand anchorand usually with the same
splash. And always his pitch was,
"There's nothing on Jimmie.
They'll never get him. He may be
rough, but he's been real caretul."
Usually he'd 'begin a conversa conversation
tion conversation with "I'm calling you from
the governor's mansion in
You've got Jimmie wrong."
And oddly enough, he was cal calling
ling calling from the, governor's mansion
and would even put the governor
on the phone to say "hello".
How could this "mystery man"
do it? He was the 'prime, sublime
contact M h 11 of all time. His s ock
in trade was his willingness to
make a contact, bridge a gap,
dig out the information row others
could get. This he wou'd barter.
He'd dig stuff up merely for the
quid pro quo of being able to say
"I spoke to so-and-so today."
This he'd parlay into an insinua insinuaton
ton insinuaton of influence and then into
some service for one of his clients
but, mostly for the b;g
Jim Hoff's.
Now Eddie is gone. Anera, a
system is gone. Soon we'll know
how much Jim Hoffa has lost.

LaaACT

No one knows why Michl-
gan's popular name is "The
Wolverine State." Some people
b el ieve that early settlers
found many of the animals
called wolverines. However,
expert have been unable to
find any trace of them. Micbt
gan's first explorers did find
other great natural treasures.
though. One of the most valu valuable
able valuable of these was furbeaver,
mink, fox, bear and plant.
0 Encyclopedia Britannic&

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Walter Winchell In Mew York

MAN PLAYING
THE TYPEWRITER
Miss Venus is one of the more
modest planets. She defies the
eyes of peeking telescopes. Com Completely
pletely Completely covered by thick
cloud-blanke,s. .Countless baby
planets are roaming the wild
blue yonder. Some are only a about
bout about a mile long. Jupiter is
big-big-big. It exceeds the 'size
of $300 earths. Alpha CentaJ CentaJri,
ri, CentaJri, one of the closer stars, is 4
jight years away from us. Con Consequently,
sequently, Consequently, if you travel 36,000
mph it would take merely 80,000
years to reach it. Jupiter is in
no hurry. It takes 12 years to
turtle around the sun. Those
strange animals known, as IP
man beings dwell at the bottom
of an ocean of airthe earth's
atmospheret
The Milky Way, the sky's gos gosgeous
geous gosgeous jewelry, shimmers with
more than 200 billion twinklers..
it requires 8 minutes,Illetatuil;
beams to reach your eleiti4iglie
earth has been engaged 'in ita
dizzy journey for over 3000 mil million
lion million years. A mighty impressive
merry-go-round. .The sun is a
fiery blob for 4 very good rea reason:
son: reason: ft is continually rocked by
massive nuclear explosions.
Huge craters dimple tbe moon's
surface. incidentally, a day on'
the moon Is r 000 hours long.
One side of Mercury is a,'
fernohot .1 to melt steel.
The other side is only 400 de degrees
grees degrees below zero. .If you zoom
along at 7-miles-per-second, you
can escape the earth's gravity.
On the sun a 200-potind man
would weigh approximately 2 tons
Jupiter must be a wonderful
place for lovers. It has a dozen
moons. Comets, the playful
ragamuffins, are constantly turn turnbled
bled turnbled around the sky. One of
themHaley's Comet appears
every 76 years. The earth will
see its swift flash again in 1936.
.The sun, which was invented
by Florida, is spinning at the in incredible
credible incredible rate of 125-miles-per-second.
Meteorites are oebbles
from a worn-out planet. Some of
these so-called pebbles weigh
thousands of tons. .Every star
is a sun. How manv stars are
there? Zillions, folks, zillions.
Telescopes cannot spot every
sparkler. Some of the giant twin twinklers
klers twinklers measure 400 million miles.
The stars, the sun, the moon
?Ind earth are constanly moving
in circles at a bewildering rate
of sneed. Whirling from here to
nowhere. .The glint of R star
deoends on its weight. The hef heftier
tier heftier it is, the more it shimmers.
Astronomers would have you
believe the universe was born
400 million yeors ago.
next time you look at the Milky
Way, remembr that we are a
nart of it. The great shimmer
is our home in the sky. .Stars
vary in brightness, color and en

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sity. .Outer-space is chiefly
composed of whirling gas. Nom
may be stunned to learn that
the spinning of the earth is slow slowing
ing slowing down. It is losing one whole
second every 100,000 years. When
it stops whirling'bye!

The following fact undoubtedly
Is an illusion-wrecker for poets:
Stars, which seem so pretty are
merely huge masses of gaseous
'material. .Despi.te its long and
diligent service to songwriters,
the moon is classed as a semi semidary
dary semidary planet. It would require a about
bout about 50 globes the size of the
moon to equal 'the earth.
planets are in the dark. Me light
they radiate is merely reflected
sunlight. .Many astronomers a agree
gree agree there is vegetation growirm
on Mars. .Planet is a Greek
word ineaning wanderer.
member to include the sun in
your prayers. Life as we know
lt could not exist without hi light

,
DAILY,
MEDITATION

(Prosented by tho Departmont
of Christian Education of the,E
piscopal Church in the Mission
ary Dioceso of the Panama Can Canal
al Canal Zone.)

DROUGHT

"Cursed is the man who trusts
In man. Me is like a shrub
in the desert. .He shall dwell
in the parched places of the wild wilderness
erness wilderness in an uninhabited salt
land."
Jeremiah 17:5,6. RSV.

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and heat. .Stars don't twinkle.
What seems like a twinkle is
caused by air currents.
Cosmic rays are manufactured
in outer-space and can penetrate
nearly all substances. The origin
of the radiation is unknown. Our
rockets in the sky are sending
back infOrmation about the dead deadly
ly deadly rays. .Comets are the dra-,
gong of the universe. Some have
tails about 100 million miles long.
She moon's loftiest mountain
peaks' rise over 30,000 feet.
hers' Comet, a ,persistept thinga--
majig, BMWs the earth its
bright streak every 3 years.
Mel moon's craters were proba probably
bly probably formed' by 'meteors that
smashed into it ages ago. The
'largest crater it 147 miles wide.
,Scientista believet Venus is one
mass,ive desert. Mold tight
the arth tilts to one al& -as it
sPins.

There are ,trisls, of I sir about
'2156 ibve the earth. -The
solar system is ,a rather messy
gadget. Zillions of drifting bits of
stone and iron are constantly
whirling around. .The sun's fam family
ily family encompasses 32 moOns. An Another
other Another sunsational fact: At its cen center,
ter, center, the sun's temperature is 35
million degrees. .The earth
we'ghe (18 'sextillion tons.
urn and,Jupiter are not exactly
places wortb visiting. Their atmo atmosphere
sphere atmosphere is composed of ammonia
and mathanedeadly fumes.
Mercury is the smallest member
of our solar system. A day on
Venus is 'as long as a month on
earth. .'.The fijacier covering Ju Jupiter
piter Jupiter Is 100.000 miles thick...Sci thick...Scientists
entists thick...Scientists have mapped out the sky,
just as the earth is divided into
countries. .The naked eye can
'see -only about 3000 stars.

.
. Stars get their energy from the
These two passages are both On same sourcesub-atomic energy
certvA with the cult of the ter: .-.There are blue stars, white,
tility god. Each spring the ciao- Ye IlOw and red...The movements
plane4 in orbits are so exact
tees of these nature gods would of
plant seeds in a shallow traY -di-that' Astronomers can p r e d i c t
earth. The lents would Boring where a certain part of the solar
tin ouickly only to die as quickly. system will be at any moment
Those who did this thought that thousands of years hence. .Here
they were help in to restore, the is a brief biography of the plan plangod
god plangod to life.
This is an apt figure for ets: First they were just balls
the of -hot gas. As they cooled they
short-lived enthusiasms we seize turned into liquid. After many
voon. They do not last becalm years, the liquid began to- be become
come become a solid. .Millions of me methey
they methey lack the necessary roots. ln teors bointrrd the earth's atmo atmotime
time atmotime of drought these forced plants
. sphere every day. Mars is a
dry up and shrivel away. dying planet, 'Most of its Ater AterWhat
What AterWhat are the forced flowers' le'
mh;1, ..s 1,.,,,, q v,. ...,1... ,,,sphere has rinlabed and there r

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Whieh We trust? For nations or,:iTc'a6rcity of water.
the world it is mno made force. As , ,
individuals we rely upon our,
1
The sky has its own traffic
wealth. our nrestiee. our position;
our superior knowledge. laws. From the smallest !rag !ragt
t !ragt ment, to the' largest starthe oh ohTh.n
Th.n ohTh.n come the dry times Uln jects travel in a specific lane. In
all the man-made resonrcell thrL a
',el no Pnri wt ore left like a ahrult.1 'way, the sky 'traffic is much
safer, than a U. S.. highway. .
in th. desert. Ton mtiny men anri The' nbiverse is -.composed -.'
women pre dwell'ne in the n'''"''' start 'and dust and gases. .1,
ed nlaces when the wRter of lie sun, which hap plenty of time, re.
is theirs for the asking. auired 200 million years In lour

The.' Universe is -composed -.-
stars 'and dust and gases.
Stin, which has plenty of time, re required
quired required 200 million years to Jour- 1
ney around our galazy. Astro Astrouoiners
uoiners Astrouoiners toncur that the deeper
we peer into space, the more
stars will be discovered. The uni universe
verse universe Is limitless. Its size is be beyond
yond beyond the scope of anybody's ima imagination.
gination. imagination. It is bMeved that the
planets are the consequence o'
an explosion. Aldebaran, one
of the brightest stars, radiates
160 times as much light as the
one of the brightest stars, ra radiates
diates radiates 160 times as much light
as the sun. .The earth rotates
slower' in May and quicker in
November.
The largest recorded meteorite
fell in Arkansas. .0uter-space
explorations are still in their in.
fancy. An Important member of
our solar system, Pluto, was lo located
cated located in 1930. .Be grateful for
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ae telephone in Washington:the Before I 'Thed,s the 1
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how Your'. Secedes- to talk to, him. But I ne
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Dr. Jots Figures Ferrer, ex-Pre-, "r aid:work several, ti
3ident of Costa.ltica, was on the I should telk to him be
dile, and irony his tone. etz voice dressing the Cuban peop
aves one not knowing him could never heard from him.
inderstand why he ,is celled "Finally, on the evenin
PePt." speech I rode with hini

For the man who long goyern goyerned
ed goyerned the most lemocratic muntry
in Central America, has ek.- perso.
naaity that bounces'and a charm
that is contagioug;,He has tpeen
Washington getting better ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with tome Of the North
Americans Whom he has brith
defended and criticized....
"We have cgroup that has been
working togethec for democracy
in the Caribbean," Figures con confided.
fided. confided. "There la Muhos Marin
whom we call the poet. He's even
a better poet than his father, but
most people have forgetten Ills
poetry since he became Governor
of Puerto Rico. Then there's Pre President
sident President Betancourt of Venezuela
whom Ive call, the politicialLThen
there's methe
This is the little group that hail
been fightingAor democracy M
the Caribbean for the last decade,'
and whose three leaders have now
become the,No. 1 enemies of com communism
munism communism in 'Latin America.
President Betancourt-. of Veue Veuezuela,
zuela, Veuezuela, one-time-member of the
Communist Third Internationale,
once lived in exile in New York
and San Juan. He was so distrust.
ed by Henry Holland. Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's 'first assistant Secretary tor
Latin American affairs, that Hol Holland
land Holland phoned Gov. Mutioz Marin
to ask that he require Betancourt
to leave Puerto Rico on the eve of
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zuela Venezuela last year, however, Betan Betancourt
court Betancourt was the No. 1 enemy of the
Communists and won.
"Venezuela is the moM Impor Important
tant Important teat of COMMUniSM in Latin
America," "Pepe" Figaeres told
me. "If Beton Court succoeds it
will be a great triumph for de democracy.
mocracy. democracy. So far, Americaa oil
companier have been smart. Titey
were opposed to Betancourt, but
now they realize he can bring
stability and Are cooperating.
"My candidate for president of
Latin America,"',,-colitintied the
fiery ex-President of Costa Rica,
"is your Governor of Puerto
"Can Latin America ever unite
into one federation?" I asked.
"The only thing that could
unite them would be opposition
to the United States and that
would be
"HotOSStrirTindint jestletr'fit
Latin Anoka- Is not eisy,lou.
have hard enough time lin ing
one godCpresident of the United
States to, govern J70,000;060 peo
pie. Yet we have to find 20 dif diflerent
lerent diflerent presidents to govern about
the same number of people. It
isn't easy to find good presidents,"
Figueres was reluctant to talk
about MI recent visit to Cuba
where he was invited to the of official
ficial official guest of the Castro Govyrn Govyrnment
ment Govyrnment but departed after a row
with Castro.
"Your folumn had most of the
story," Figueres said, When I
asked him about the. speech in
which he warned that Latin A America
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the United- States in the coming :-
straggle with Russia; -
, "Before I I 'wads the speech 1
sent word: to Castro that 1 wanted -,
to talk to, him. But I never got
any reAy& -
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I should ts lk to him. before ad addressing
dressing addressing the Cuban people,- but 1
never beard from him.. -
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speech I rode with hiM to the
hall and, he said there was onb'
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!Ignores explained that the 0)m 0)mmunist
munist 0)mmunist line in Latin America is
that Puerto Rico Is an unwilling
prisoner of tile United States and
the Puerto Rican people are burn-
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"It's been my painful duty, to
talk about Puerto Rico in Latin'
America and upset the Commu Communist
nist Communist line that you are guilty of
lonialism," Figures said.
However, at the request of --
Castro, he agreed not to mention
Puerto Rico ifi his IlaVana
,When he urged that Latin A Americans
mericans Americans stand on the side of the
United States against Russia, how however,
ever, however, Castro seized the microphone
end announced that' Cuba wouid
be neutral.
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vited invited by two Havana TV' stations
to make two telecasts of 30 minu minutes
tes minutes each,. which went eztended by
populardcmand to an hour escn.
They had such impact that Cas-
tro decided to break into Holy
Week and its morairoluirt on 0o 0olitical
litical 0olitical discussion, with a telecast
answering Figueres..It lasted six
hours.
At the subseqUent state diotter
given in honor of the forkter
Costa Rican President by the
Cuban government, sometimes
called the "ghost" government,
the wives ,of cabinet officers se secertaly
certaly secertaly congratualated theic" ho honor
nor honor guest.

"Cuba is the most difficult prob problem
lem problem you foie," trigueres.told me.
"What Moscow would like most is
to heve Cuba become an, 'Amer 'American
ican 'American Hungary' --have the VS. Ar
get involved in a bloody inter intervention.
vention. intervention. However, I think your
State Department, is too wise kw
that."
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1.59 Shorts 1.45 0.99
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1.99 Headkerchiefs from 0.59
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2.89 Pedal Pushers 11.50 3.99
3.99 Handbags 4125 2.99
1.79 Handbags 3.25 1.99
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6.95 Dresses, Lot No. 2 from 4.93 to 6.95
14.95 Dresses, Lot No. 3 from 8.95 t0 12.95
0.99 Umbrellas 2.50 1.19
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9., ) ... yo Table Napkins from Damascus .... 0.35 0.15 x, Beautiful Lamps ... ... 4.25 3.48
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ITALIAN AMBASSADOR AND MRS. MAJOLI
ISSUE INVITATIONS FOR INFORMAL RECEPTION
:The Italian Ambassadpr to Panama and Mrs. Mario Majo li have
isstied invitations for an informal reception to celebrate the founda foundation
tion foundation of the Italian Republic.
The event will start at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Majoli residence
on Avenida Nicanor de barrio.

Mrs. Beckley To Attend
Graduation Of Spn
Mrs. Anne Beckley of Balboa
will leave tomorrow morning for
a brief trip to New York to at attent(
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Sam Beckley.
Be will graduate cum laude
from New York State University's
Technical and Agricultural Insti Institute
tute Institute at Cobleskill, N.Y.
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Soo Fashion Parade
Bouffant organdies, cool pastel
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other conflicting actAvities.
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were made by Mrs. ,Henry E.
Schwarz, program chairman,
with Rhoda's of Panama City.
As the models were presented,
commentary ,was made by Mrs,
Arthur Dodsen, and Miss Anita
AVall played piano music. Models
were Claudine Grady, Inez Davis,
Andrea Franks, Joan Laseola,
Mary Lawley, Jo Ann Chedester,
Barbara McMillan and Elda
Tuckerman,
New members introduced du during
ring during the business meeting inicud inicuded
ed inicuded Wyn Newton, Joan LeVaseur,
Les Nebeich, Kay Janson, Mary
Lou Miller and Sue Gillie.
Mrs. Ralph A. Jones Jr., hono honorary
rary honorary club president, presented
woodrose corsages to departing
members. Mrs. Richard Leslie
will go to Fort Devons, Mass.;
Mrs. H. Chisolm to Fort Mc McClellan,
Clellan, McClellan, Ala.: Mrs. Arthur Dod Dodson
son Dodson to Fort,,Ortli-,,Calif.-, Mrs: ,R.
N. Stokes to Chicago, Ill.; Mrs. H.
R. Eder t Salem, Ore.: Mrs. A.,
E. Weber Ito Fort. Rucker, Ala.'
Mrs, L. Chaie. le 'WashingtOrt
C.: Mrs. V. li,,,;Swan, to Redstone
Arsenal. Ala.; Mrs. M. D. Braell,
to the Atlantic Side.
Guests at the luncheon meeting
were Kay Janson, Mrs. C. Dobro Dobrovolny,
volny, Dobrovolny, Ardis Grezaffi, Martha
ver, Marge Herg'ett, Herta Smith,
Crawford, Erna Foster; Dee Olin-an
Booras. Les Neibch, Anita
Wall, Edie Oleen, Mrs, Bissell,
mother of Jane Scl-warz. and Mrs.
W. Lafleur -and Mre. Carmen de
Sotelo of Rhoda's.
Mrs. Ralph Carpenter presented
the slate of new officers pronosed
hv the nominating committee.
The eroun includes Mrs,. James
Dickson, president; Mrs. J. J.
TOO LATE
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give-or get
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Bohden, vita president; Mrs. H.
F.. Schwarz, secretary; Mrs. T.
McMillan, treasurer; and Mrs. kl.
m. Turk, assistant secretary secretarytreasurer.
treasurer. secretarytreasurer. Hostesses for the occasion were
Mrs. E. E. Knight, Mrs. J. Boyie
ann Mrs. Van Wyck.
Mrs. Daviss Plays
For Gorgos Patients
Mrs. Leonora Davies of Fort
Amador entertained with accord.
dian music Tuesday afternoon in
ine women's wards at Gorgas Hos.
4ntal.
She was escorted by Mx& Ger Gertrude
trude Gertrude Brigandit Gray Li Idly
Sunday Breakfast
Plannad At USO-JW1
Breakfast will be serited.Sunday
morning from nine to noOn at the
1;60-)WE Armed Forgea?Service
Center at Balboa. All servicemen
and their families areinvited to
stop by.
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Former Nun Weds
Man Who Wailed 19
Years To Marry Her
TRIESTE, Italy (UPI)--A for former
mer former Roman Catholic ntinwho
spent 14 years tending. the sick,
honeymooned on Lake Garda
Thursday with the man who wait waited
ed waited 19 years to marry.her.
The Vatican gave Ida Cok spe special
cial special dispensation from her vows
so that she could marry lalico
Stradiot, the fiance who nevEr
forgot her over the years and
she thought was dead.
Miss Cok, then 20, met Stradiot
in 1940 when she was living in the
home of hic cousin. They fell in
love coon after but did not get
married.
Then in 1944 Stradiot was draft drafted
ed drafted into the army. and the .closeri
Italy came to &flat at the hands
of the Allies. Mb ',bore infeelpient
were his lettecs..Pnally Abe Jet Jettors
tors Jettors storped altogether and Ida
Cok soon came to believe her fi fiauce
auce fiauce was dead.
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Illness struck the saddened
yeun fr011119:"Th
pleurisy. When she recovered she
decided to give her life to the
treatment of the sick, as a nun
among ,tle Elizabethanc. branch
of the Franciscan th'rd 'order.
Miss Cok. by this time, Sister
Carla Francesca. spnt Olveral
vesrs tre,tior the sick
Trieste hospitals before she
I.,r shock, that Vrad Vradlot
lot Vradlot was al;ve.
Ida. now 3(t, 'marriefl Mateo
now 47lastTbursday in a quiet
littl- church in Trieste and left
ettickly fr"s holesrmoon on the
shores of Lake Garda.
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ALGIERS, Algeria (1.1131)The
French army reported last night 1
its troops crossed' the Tunisin
border in pursuit of Algerian re rebels.
bels. rebels. Mtn it took back the state statement.
ment. statement. Whether the french. actually
did venture onto 'Tunisian soil
was left unclear.
they did, the incident- could
blow up into the biggest spat be between
tween between France and Tunisia since
French Air Force bombers killed
SO Moslems in a retaliation raid
on Sikiet-Sidi-Youssef LS months
ago.
Both versions of the official
communique said six French and
32 rebels were killed in fighting
,around Djebel Harraba,:This is a
mountain whicti straddles' the Algerian-Tunisian.
border about 60
,miles south of the coast.1
The first text said that during
the battle, French forces, "using
the right of pursuit pene penetrated
trated penetrated one kilometer (six-tenths of
Shortly afteryard' an official
correction was issued deleting
mention of "right of pursuit" and
penetration of Tunisia. H,owever,
there was no official denial that
the border had beep crossed.
As corrected, the communique
said simply that the rebels had
been pursued around the "north "northern
ern "northern slope" of the mountain.
Since the northern slope lies on
both sides of the frontier, the ex exact
act exact location of the battle was left
vague.
A border crossing would pro provide
vide provide prime propaganda am,muni am,munidon'
don' am,munidon' for the rebels. They charged
recently that unidentified French
military leaders were pla,nning to
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Crpsses Tunis
Says it, Didn't
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spread the Algerian war into Tu Tunisia
nisia Tunisia this inonth.
A crossing also would deal a
blow to President Charles de
Gaulle's efforts to bring the cost costly
ly costly Algerian war to an end.
Quote Unquote
WASHINGTON Rep. Wayne
L. Hays (D-Ohio), on East Ger German
man German Communist Leader Walter
Ulbricht's rejection of the West's
Berlin plan:
"If free elections were held in
East Germany tomorrow, Ulbri Ulbricht,
cht, Ulbricht, couldn't be elected dog-catcher."
LONDON A British foreign
offiere spottesm amon k, the request
for asylum by Mrs. Nina Dmit Dmitriev,
riev, Dmitriev, wife of the assistant Soviet
naval attache in London:
"Mrs. Dmitriev is free to get in
touch with the Soviet embassy to
return there, r, indeed, o re return
turn return to the Soviet Union, which whichever
ever whichever she likes."
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. GoV:
Orval E. Faubus, on the school
integration ,controversy:
"If the federal governmemt will
get out of the thing and leave it
up to the state and local school
districts, the problem might be
solved."
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North-South SO ort score.
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Opening lead, X
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Anyone, or at least any expert
can work squeezes, eqd plays and
coups when declar,er but really
good defense is the quintessence
of bridge skill.
West opened his king of hearts
against the three spade contract
and shifted to his fourth best club.
East won dummy's king with the
ake and took stock of the situa situation.
tion. situation. If West held only five clubs the
hand was going down on almost
any line of defense. If he held
tix, as was quite likely, East de decided
cided decided his best play was,,to return
the queen of clubs rather than to
give Hs-partner a heart ruff.
South trumped, cashed bis ace
and dummy's king of trumps and
led the queen of diamonds. It held
the trick as did the jack of
diamonds which( was played next.
The three of hearts was led
from dummy and East came up
with another good play. He played
the nine. South played the jack
and West came up with the crush crusher.
er. crusher. He refused to ruff.
Now ,declarer had no oway to
avoid losing three more tricks and
his contract.
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North Zest South West
Pau 1 lip Pass
1 3 Pass .3 Pau
4 Pass ?
You, 'South; hold:
437 'KISS Kett 4A32
What do you do?
A--Bid five diamonds., There
1 bonus for game and' you
have all yogis previous bide and
trine
'rob Ars QuErnom
You hold the ume himd and
after your one heart response to
his diamond opening your part-
ner has bid' one spade, What Whatd6
d6 Whatd6 yott do nOw?
I Answer Tomorrow
ieutnItel Sap
"Don't think most of us work working.
ing. working. wives wouldn't quit our Jobs
tomorrow. We'd spend all our
tithe keeping house if our hus husNods
Nods husNods would promise us a cer certain
tain certain amount of spending money
to call our own," says one of my
women. readers.
"But," she goes on, "if we quit
working, we would have to ac account
count account tor every cent we spend."
She also claims she knows
quite few htisbands who pay
they wish their wives would stop
working But- when these hus hus)3upqk
)3upqk hus)3upqk istart figuring oitt how the
family' can ge,t .by on one pay
-check,:they never mention giving
up. any of- their own small luxu luxuries.
ries. luxuries. They say the wife can get
by with fewer clothes, let the
cleaning W01111111 go, won't need
lunch money, etc.
"With till the plans for edono edonomizing
mizing edonomizing going one way, a woman
figures she's better off holding
onto her own pay check," syas
this reader.
There's truth to what she says.
Many wonhen do work because
they like to have a little money
to call, their ()WM They can spend
this on things they want. But
this might be impossible to justi justify
fy justify if cost same out of their
husband's pay check.
It's Mao lrue that a great ma many
ny many men quickly get used to the
little luxuries made possible by
their wivesf pay checks. They
don't always offer so give up
these luxuries when the talk gets
around to whether or not the
wife should quit her job.
Undoubtedly, a lot of women
go on working year after year
so that their husbands can have
the eXtrair they have grown ac
customed to. Too, the women can
have the independence of some
money in their handbags.
Meptings
Crlatobal4fergarite
Civic Council Meeting
The Cristobal-Margarita Civic
Council will not meet as schedul scheduled
ed scheduled on the first Monday of June,
it has been announced by Tom Sel Seltell,
tell, Seltell, president. The meeting has
been postponed due to high school
commencement exercises and
other conflicting actAvities.
' Instead, the mext regular meet meet'Pig
'Pig meet'Pig will be June IS. Advance no notices
tices notices will be sent to council mem members.
bers. members. A feature of thit meeting
will be the awarding of certific certificates
ates certificates of merit for outittanding serv services
ices services to several members of the
Immunity.

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For Sciwitz and Smith
At the 11 o'clock -servict; Sun Sunday
day Sunday at the Cathedral of St. -Luke
IN Ancon, Explorer Robert Schultz
and Eagle Scout Peter Smith-sivill
receive the God and Countrl A Award
ward Award from the sponsoring had hadtution
tution hadtution of Cub Pack 4, TrooP 5 and
Explorer Post 5.- ;
This award will be presented by
the Very Rev. Mainert J. Peterson
on behalf of the Cathedral of St.
Luke.
The Scouts will be accompanied
to the altar rail by their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert U. Schultz
and Mr. and Mrs. J. Palmer Smith
and will be presented to the Dean
by the Institutional Representative,
Edward J. Lucas.
After the presentation, Col. Rob Robert
ert Robert D, Brown, chairman of the
Scouting Committee of the Cathe Cathedral,
dral, Cathedral, will present Bibles to the
boys.
Participating in the Service of
Worship will be Capt. Warner S.
Rodimon, Cubmaster; Robert Ste Stewart,
wart, Stewart, Scoutmaster and Robert
Schultz, advisor to the Explorers.
Dean Peterson will officiate and
preach on "The Mechanical Man."
The God and Country Award is
one of the recent additdins to the
Scouting Program which highlight&
the religious aspects of Scouting,'
YMCA Flower Show
Monday High! Using
June Bride Motifs
Plans for the Balboa YMCA YMCAUSO's
USO's YMCAUSO's flower shoW to be held on
Monday were completed at the fin final
al final session of ,the class.
In addition to tate competition,
for awards in the usual media of
cut flowers; dried and-or exotic
materials; and fruits and-or veget-,
ables, members of the class have'
planned special settings in recog recognition
nition recognition of the June bride.
The bridal shower table arrange arrangement
ment arrangement is planned by the following
ladies: Eunice Morrow, Chairman,
Kitty Anderson, Dorothy Hand,
Doris Abel, Margaret Slater, Dia Diana
na Diana Bright and Helen Athow.
A home wedding setting will be
set up by Olga Cantanzara. Nelly
built, Lilian Chase, Rosita 'MOMS;
Shirley Raymore, Pearl Brown,
Comica Brathwaite, with Rose
Brogie as chairman.
Libbie Fry is chairman of the
group undertaking to stage a suit suitable
able suitable arrangement for a wedding
breakfast. Others in the grout) are
Angela Godoy C., MIJI S. Sharp,
yiolet Deakins. Nell Heriot, Es Esperanza
peranza Esperanza de Vilialobos and Virgi Virginia
nia Virginia Wallace.
The wedding cake will have a
table of its own in a display by
Julieta Ramos, Marisin Kraemer,
Delia Saenz, Olga Ittmdeen, with
Olga Mirrop as chairman.
Refreshments will be served
throughout the evening with P
large group of ladies as hotesses
under th, chairmanship of Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite None, who also is in charge
of the tqble arrangement.
Mrs. James W. Coutts will be
guest of honor and nen the show
to the public at 7:30 p.m.
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1 The boys go through a Yeara
training and activity in relation ta 4i
the.Church to which they bekeit.
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Kobiao Girl Scouts
Ceremony Sunday f
Six Brownie- and Girl Scent
troop' of Fort Kobbe will parti- ,,
cipate in tbe annual Court or -,"
wards and Fly-Up and Investiture )
ceremonies to lbe held in the IPort
Kobbe Church Annex -at 3 pin.
Sunday. Brownie troops taking
part are 2, 39 and 72, Intermediate,
Troops 19, 21' and 51.
Year pins and ,badges earned
during the year will be presented;'
to Intermediate Scouts. The Curv Curved
ed Curved Bar, highest rank in Girl Scout-
ing, will be awarded to Sharon
Strode. Receiving pins in reeogni-
tion of five years in Girl Scouts
will be Greta Ann Augustine, El-
nine Cobh, Barbara Hicks, Susan
Laquidora, Paula Martello, Carla
Miller, Elaine Price, R oily n.
-Rhodes, Cheryl Roberts, Sharon
Strode and Barbara Vastlake.
Members of the Brownie trooPs
will receive their year pine, and
Brownies from Troop 72 will fly
up to be invested as Intermediate
Girl Scouts.- Fly-ups will be Deb Debbie
bie Debbie Bodham, Kathy Crudup, Chris Christina
tina Christina Dickson, Dorene Donley, Sue
Jones, Hilda Lopez, Nancy Nelson,
Beverley Norton and Rosanna Rey Reynolds.'
nolds.' Reynolds.' The troops will have on display
the work they have completed
during the ;year. Leaders for the
troops are Brownie Troop 2, Mrs.
Marian Jamagin; Brownie 'rroop
39, Mrs. Kay Lou Tomlinson;
Brownie Troop 72; Mrs. Dorothy
S. Crudup; Intermediate Troop 19,
Mrc. Cora Cobb; 'rroori 21, Mrs.
Bea Glotta; and Troop 51 Mr'.
Bea Strode, who is also Fort ICob ICobbe
be ICobbe Neighborhood Chairman.
11 Ton US Airlines
Ask More Than $1
Fare Rale Hikes
WASHINGTON (11PI)1';---Twelva
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major airlines were expected t tday
day tday to axk the Civrt AerMAtutic'w
Board to go.:13eX004j44
ticket fare boost reconiManded
by a board 'examiner.
Examiner Ralph L. Wiser ad advitsed
vitsed advitsed the CAB yesterday that
the ettra 21 a trilit, -plus con continuation
tinuation continuation of fare hikes due to ex-
pire, would give the' airlines a
reasonable profit level.
Wiser recommended that the
CAB set air fares for the 12 lines
with a view to giving them an
average annual. rate of return on
investment of 10.0 per cent.
Wiser said the board should
boost fares 12 per cent above the
level prevailing at the beginning
of 1958. Taking into account two
interim increases the CAB has
cranted. he said, 4111 that remaina
it to give the airlines a sur surcharge
charge surcharge of one dollar ticket.
Wiser said a 10.25 per cent rate
of return would be adequate for
the big fotIr domestic airlines
, American, Trans World, United
land Eastern. He recommended
11.25 per cent for the other eight
Braniff. Delta, Capital, ContinentPI,-Northwest,
Northeast, Na National
tional National and Western.,
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Mondays and Fridays
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Defense organization got a full test Tuesday morning during
the annual exercise. Amateur radio operators manned the sta station
tion station in the new main control center at Balboa Heights. Seated,,
left to right, are Roger Howe and Hiram Overall, and standing
is Capt. Gaddis Wall, acting chief of the Police Division.

Bomarc, 'Snark Missile Tests Bring
Mixed Results At Cape Canaveral

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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (UPI)
The Air Force fired a flash flashing
ing flashing new super,Bomarc interceptor
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A large Variety of children's
books for vacation reading were
placed in circulation this. week by
the Canal Zone Library, Accord According
ing According to the Library Bulletin.
.Among the tooks are "Stars in
Her Eyes," a novel for young
girls, by Betty Canna; "Famous
a Pirates ot the New World,'! a
thrilling report of the spine-tingling
events in the days when pi pirates
rates pirates ruled. th,e sea, by Cal Whip
pie; and "The Story of the Pala Palatroops,"
troops," Palatroops," by George Waller, the,
story of the parachute from the
days of balloon travel to the
fighting paratroopers of today.
Spate enthusiasts, will be par particularly
ticularly particularly interested in the draala draala4,
4, draala4, tic report of the careful scienti scientific
fic scientific .development of the satellites
,. and the marvels that will lae ac accomplished
complished accomplished in the future age of
space travel which is found in
'All About Satellites and Space
Bhips," a new book by David
For the very young readers
there is a gay ,and funny story a about
bout about two sharp rabbits .and a
'weary basset hound. This book,
entitled "Bakombe, the Fastesi
Hound Alive," was written by
George J. W, Goodman and nas
rollicking ,ilustrations by Paul
Goklone.
The complete list of new books
for children and their authors
follows:
I Want to Whistle, Alexander;
The Three Billy Goats Gruff,
BrownTough Enough, Carroll;
StEirs in Her Eyes, Cavanna; 'the
Jatk Tales,. Chase; Ellen Telabits,
Cleary; Otis Spofford, Cleary; Bas Basconte
conte Basconte The Fastest Hound Alive,
' Goodman; tht Elephants of Sar Sargabal,
gabal, Sargabal, Guillot; Little Eddie Hay
wobd; The COW Who Fell in the
Canal, Kratilevsky. This Dear
botight Land, Latham; The Lit Little
tle Little Airplane, Lenski, Bed-knob and
Broomstick, Norton; The Horse

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test flight today and it was at
least a "qualified success."
The new solid fuel booster en engines
gines engines performed smoothly in the
test, sources said. The new type
Bomarc is faster, has a speedier
t3keoff and. a range almost twice
that of the early model Bomarcs.
Wednesday's test was at a
range less than one-fourth of the
potential 400-mile range ,he
missile, designed to intercept and
destroy enemy bombers. It was
not aimed at a target.
The Boniarc was 'fired shortly
after Snark intercontinental
missile fizzled on a planned 5,000-
lune. test flight over the Atlantic
Tracking Range. Malfunction in
the air-breathing Snark occurred
and it was turned around on its
course and plunged in the At At',1antic
',1antic At',1antic off Florida.
The Snark test was a disap disappointment.
pointment. disappointment. The weapon was the
last scheduled for test fiting be before
fore before the Snark equipped 556th
Strategic Missile Squadron de deploys
ploys deploys to -its operational launching
site at Presque Isle, Maine.
The Snark was in flight for eight
hoursenough' time for it to have
reached its target area near As Ascension
cension Ascension Island in the South At Atlantic:
lantic: Atlantic: But it was learned the
winged missile was turne0 around
and brought back. It plunged into
the ocean at 7:30 a.m. e.d.t.
Informed sources said the test
was not considered a omplete
failure. The missile was equipped
with a simulated hydrogen war warhead
head warhead and the warhead and nose
cone were to have been jettisoned
into the South Atlantic arget
area at completion of the flight.
Two previous intercontinental
Snark operational tests were suc successful.
cessful. successful. The Air Force said the super superBomarc,
Bomarc, superBomarc, travelling at three times
the .-apeed of sound, carried "an
airborne programmer omit which
controlled it through a series of
pre-planned maneuvers." The pur purpose,
pose, purpose, was to test its propulsion,
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- BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPI). Jo Reeves, were arrested May 23,
The FBI today -announced ,the and the diamond, belonging to
arrest of Brimingham-,: busi, Mrs. Vera Krupp, former wife
nessman Joseph Frank Shnonetti; of Alfred Krupp, a German mu mu41,
41, mu41, on charges of trying t trans- nitions manufaturer, was in, the
port the stolen $250,000 Krupp dia- posseSsion of Reeves, the FBI
mond from Las Vegas, Nev., to said.
Newuk, N.J.
Clarence Kelley, in charge of The diamond was stolen from
the F131 office here, said agents Mrs. Krupp by armed bandits at
took Simonetti into custody at Ms her ranch near Las Vegas in
wholesale produce firm Simonet- April.
ti's, Inc.
Kelley said Simonetti was The quarter of a million dollar
charged with violation of title 18, gem weighs 33.60 carats.
section 371 of the U.S. Code .in Simonetti was released under
that he conspired to transport the 35,000 temporuy bond and a hear hear'
' hear' diamond, knowing that it had been ing was set for June 3.
, otolen April 10, 195t.
He said a warrant was issued Reeves was wider $10,000 bond
Wednesday by the U.S. Commis- for the Feb. 6, 1959 robbery of
sioner at Newark for the arrest of the Bank of Lexington at
Simonetti. Lexington, Ala., where $2,300 was
J'ames George Reeves, Julius taken from cash drawers and
Burger and Reeves' Wife, Mary more than $8,000 from safety de-

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Safety Council said yesterday
that state and local law enforce enforcement
ment enforcement agencies throughout the na nation
tion nation planned the greatest police
Patrol in history during the Me Memorial
morial Memorial Day week end to curtail
traffic deaths.
Reports received from 25 gov governors
ernors governors indicated that entire state
police forces would be used to
save lives during the holiday pe period
riod period between 6 p.m. Friday and
midnight Sunday. Local police in
many areas also have been or ordered
dered ordered to step up traffic law en enforcement
forcement enforcement by using more men on
patrol.
The council has estimated that
260 persons will be killer' in traf traffic
fic traffic over the holiday week end.
This compares to last year's
three-day Memorial holiday toll of
380 persons, according to compila compilations
tions compilations by United Press Interna International.
tional. International. Many states have canceled Ho li liday
day liday leaves for state troopers to
step up patrol duty. These states
include: New York, Pennsylva Pennsylvania,
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souri, Missouri, Florida, North Dakota, Mi Michigan,
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ginia, Virginia, Minnesota, Maine, Idaho,
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California, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas,
Massachusetts a,nd Vermont.
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areas that have high fatality
rates.
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bitious ambitious olans for curbing holiday
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ONE OF THE LARGEST GROUPS reeelving the Las Cruces Trail award rezently wils Troop 15 from Albrook AFB which is under the
leadersh!p of Sgt. Louis Blakely. Those present were John Sanborn, William Allen, Douglas Stover, Phillip Ferguson, Phillip Moseley,
Brian Nil,son, Richard o' Quin, Alfred Osborne, Terry Enzor, Ed win Hanrzen, fornmie Martin James McMahan, Robert Wilson
along with Louis Blakely, Scoutmaster, Assistant Scoutmasters Mi chael lklzwmyer and Jimmie B. Higgins.

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SCOUTMASTER BOB ROCHE hnd an added pleasure of pinning the
,La.:s Cruces meda1 on Rusty GlazcA., Junior Assistant Scoutmaster
of -Troop 4, Diablo, which is sponsored by Lodge 1414 BP Elks.
Troop 4 was host to this function along with the Elks.

INTLRESTING HIGHLIGHT of the program was when Exa. Red
Ruler Woods presented a Roy Scout Statuette, coveted Scout Em EmNein
Nein EmNein to Boo hocru Scoutmaster for Troop 4 which is sponsored by
Balboa Elks.

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WEEKEND ATTRACTION, TOMORROW AND
SUNDAY AT THE "DRIVE-IN" THEATRE
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Columbia Pictures' now Technicolor comedy, "BELL,
HOOK AND CANDLE," which stars James Stewart and Kim
Novak opening TOMORROW and Sunday at the "DRIVE "DRIVEIN"
IN" "DRIVEIN" Theatre, is truly an enchanting romantio oomody, a
pleasure to attend and to recommend. Happily tostarred
are suCh other expert practitioners of the comic art as
Jack LoMmon, Erni Kovacs, Hermione Cingold, Elsa Law
cheater and Janice Rule.
"BELL, BOOK AND CANDLE" Is the felicitous story of
a cautious, conventional bachelor and a beautiful, bobsMian-type
blonde. The girl in the case has "strange" pow.
ers; the gentleman, her neighbor, finds himseif suddenly
in love. on the eve of hie wedding to another girl. Advt.

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Get Las Cruces Medal

Did you ever climb a trail up a high mountain? As you
struggled up you looked forward to the big thrill of reaching
the peak. When you reached the very top, how glad you. were
to be there! You could look for miles over valle3s and moun mountains.
tains. mountains. The cooling winds made the hard climb to the top worth
while. There, soaring in the clouds was an eagle, making use qf
every wind current to float aloft. Wasn't that a thrill you will
never forget?

Climbing the trail to Eagle Rank'
Is like climbing a mountain.
When you become a Tenderfoot
Scout. you have already -climbed
the tirst aLep part of the trail.
In learning about the ideals of
Scouting, taking part in Patrol,
Troop and community activities,
and in learning skills, you have
opened the door to wider opportu opportunities
nities opportunities and outdoor -adventures.
Such is the Las. Cruces Trail
Hike. Onward thrOugh adventure
to adventure and eventually the
highest award of Eagle Scout.
The Las Cruces modal is pro prosented
sented prosented for a complete and con continuous
tinuous continuous triP, from tho ruins of
Las Cruces on tho Chagres River
oast of Gamboa to the Old Span Spanish
ish Spanish Bridge in Paname City near
tho RP-Canal Zone boundary.
This is necessary to qualify.
Recognition for suell achieve achievement
ment achievement was given recently when
Lodge 1414 &P.O. Elks along

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Photos by U.S. AIR FORCE
and ERNEST SILVA

NEW YORK; May 29 fliPI)---
Baby deaths from ialastie bags
are mounting steadily despite ed educational
ucational educational eampaigns launched by
manufacturers, distributors and
the press.
More than 30 infants have suf-'
focated this year with the deadly
bags plastered against their
faces. The National Safety Coun Council
cil Council has estimated 100 babies could
die from this cause during the
year.
Most of the deaths have been
from plastic dry cleaning bags
which are large enough for chil chilHiren
Hiren chilHiren to pull over their heads.
However, plastic ba gs which
enter the home as covers for
, grocery produce and scores of
, other items also have taken their
:toll.
At Macedon, N.Y., Howard J.
Satnivos, president of the Kordite
Corp., which manufactures plastic
bags. announced his firm has in instituted
stituted instituted an education program
deOgned to prevent misuse of the
bags.
Samuels said the firm is send.
ing hanger tags to dry cleaners,
laundries and other users of the
bags warning parents to keep
them away from youngsters. The
tags read:
"For safety reasons, keep plas plastic
tic plastic bag away from children as
you would matches or medi medicine."
cine." medicine." A bill was introduced in the
,North Carolina Legislature to ban
the use of litatic bags larger
than six inches in width and six
inches in length. The measure,
which carries a penalty of up to
two years' imprisonment, would
prohibit such containers for any
merchandise, and specifically fo,r
delivering Of packaging dry
cleaning and laundry.
Launderers and cleaners at

with Troop 4 Boy Scouts of Ame America
rica America were hosts in the Elks Home
Balboa to 63 Boy Scouts and Ex Explorers
plorers Explorers with their leaders for cross
ing the Las Cruces Trail.
This was in the form of a Father-Son
dinner served prior to the
actual presenia,ion of medals.
In addition to this, a Charter
was issued to Elks for sponsorship
of Troop 4 under the leaderaship
of Scoutmaster Bob Roche.
Along with other youth activi activities
ties activities the Elks sponsor Pack 4 Dia Diablo
blo Diablo and are presented organizing
Post 4 Explorer, also of Diablo
under leadership of Ted Albritten.
Any large, well organized boy
and man power makes big ven ventures
tures ventures possible and successful.
The good turn of Troop 4 Scouts
to this function is commendable.
A boy who gets the Good Turn
habit has acquired a habit that is
hard to break. And that's a lucky
thing for those with whom he will
live in the years to come.

THE HANDSHAKE OF A SCOUT is offered in presentation to Scouts
from Explorer Post 3 under the leadership of Wesley Townsend as
Explorer Advisor. Those receiving the award were John Turner,
Ralph Perkins and William Scott. The Las Cruces Medal is also
worn by Townsend who has made this trek more times than many
of the natilNs who have livkl here for years.

Baby Deaths From Plastic Bags Mount
Steadily; Adults Use Them n Suicide

Winston-Salem, N.C., announced
they would discontinue using
plastic bags for packaging laun laundry.
dry. laundry. Similar actions wne taken
by some cleaning establishments
in Chicago, Windsor, Ont., and a
number of California cities.
At least three babies have died
this week from plastic bags, and
two adults have used them to
commit snicide. Parl Eugene
Cedus, 6 months, Alexandria, La..
suffocated Tuesday when a plastic
cleaning bag left in his bed
wrapped around his face.
Vincent J. Fitch, 3 months,
Cleveland, died Monday when a
plain. cleaning bag adherNi
his face. Debra Lynee Payne, 10
weeks old, Owensboro, Ky., suf suffocated
focated suffocated Sunday in a similar
mishap.

Danish Convict
May Make Million
On Fish Net Gauge

VR1DSLOESELILLE, Denmark
ORDAnders Jorgensen built a
better fish trap that should make
him a millionaire. But only pris prison
on prison guards were likely to beat a
path to his door.
Jorgensen, serving a life term
for murder, invented a device for
alerting fishing trawlers when
their nets were full. Fishing firms
said the gadget would save them
fortune by preventing filled
Ileti from bursting.
But Jorgensen never will spend
any of the money he Is expected
to earn. Prison authorities said
he probably neiver would be pa paroled.
roled. paroled. Ile was a black marketeer
and murdered two fellow black
marketeere In 1948.

POST 5 SPONSORED by the Cathedral of St. Luke under the lead ership of Robert U. Schultz, Sr., was well reprsented 'with awards
of the LIU Cluces madal to Robert Arthur, Donald Barger, Robert Lchultz, Jr., Roland Dah 'holt Willis Bearden, Douglas Major, Wil Williams
liams Williams Bow, Ted Marti, Robert Womble. Peter Smith, Eagle Sco ut could not be present as he was working elsewhere On the God and
Country Award. J. Palmer Smith accepted the Medal for his son Peter.

GENIAL DAN DANIELS took
full advantage of telling those
present of the fine things the
Elks were doing to further Scout Scouting
ing Scouting in the Canal Zone. Daniels
is the Boy Scout Dxecutive for
Counctl 801. "Old Glory" in the' 1
background immediately behind
Daniels once flew over the Can CanRol
Rol CanRol in Washington. Flag was a
gift to'Troop 4 by Charles Ramirez.

WASHINGTON (UPI) Rep.
Harold D. Cooley (D-N.C.) ac accused
cused accused Agriculture Secretary Ezra
Taft Benson today of "callously
refusincto r:lieve the economie
disaster that now grips the poul poul'TY
'TY poul'TY industry."
He said Congress had given
him the power and money to
take steps to save "hundreds and
thousands of farm families pro producing
ducing producing eggs and broilers" from
financial ruin.
Cooley said in a statement that
the average farm price of eggs
hat; fallen to the lowest level in
18 years, and the farm price for
broilers now is the lowest on
record for this season of the
year.

Cooley, chairman of the House
Committee on Agriculture, said
he had been informed by the de department
partment department that it would, not use
authority and funds available to
purchase laying hens, shell eggs
snd broilers, for use in school
1,IncbPs, or for relief food and
import.

DELIVERED with congratulations, ExplorerSco uts from Stip 17 are shown receiving the Las Cm,
ces medal from Bill Mallory, Institutional Repre sentative for BP0E-1414. Col. John C. Nickerson,
Jr., in background is Explorer Adviser for,the Ship.

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A ROY SCOUT CHARTER from the National Co linen for another year of Scouting was presented
by L. Budd Haberstiek to Exalted Ruler Bernard S. Woods.

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EXPLORERS OF POST 20 rec,living the award were John Search, Curtis Searcy, Michael Williams, Roger Williams, and John Wise.
George Thompson received the award, as a member of Troop 20. Leadership of Troop 20 is under Hiram Searcy, Explorer advisor
and Stanley Donaldson, associate advisor.

AIR EXPLORERS from Squadron 15 at Albrook AFB were Grady Hester, William Fink, Lloyd
Spred lin, William Loar and Kenneth Amato, The ir trip across was under leadership of former MD"
plorer Advisor Jame M: Gafney. Squadron 15 is now under the leadership of Explorer Advisor CoL
Moody.

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i More than 30 infants have suf-' number of California cities. EXPLORERS OF POST 20 receiving the award were John Search, Curtis Searcy, Michael Williams, Roger Williams, and John Wise.
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I ENCHANTING SUBJECT ... SEX focated this year with the deadly
bags plasterei against their At least three babies have died
this week from plastic bags, and George Tbompson received the award. as a member of Troop 20. Leadership of Troop 20 is under Hiram Searcy, Explorer advisor
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yea r. commit snicide. Parl Eugene
Cedus, 6 months, Alexandria, La E
suffocated Tuesday when a plastic zra Taft Benson
:., ,, SUNDAY AT THE "DRIVE-IN" THEATRE Most of the deaths have been cleaning bag left in his bed
from plastic dry cinaning bags wrapped around his face. 1
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i 1 dren to pull over their heads. Cleveland, died Monday when a e e ,:.,a.. eeeeee -.....,,,a,,,e .$;:e.eee.:-,-.e.-a.e..-aea a eKe a,eeeke..,e,,,,e-ea- .,-,eee-a..ea,,:eeeeeee ereaseeee ,..pieee
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. other items also have taken their focated Sunday In a similar WASHINGTON (UPI) Ren. ., -I kee, ie 'ea' e"'" aa. ee' ---:''' e'eeeee''. aae.e'::,ee
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laundries and other users of the (UPI)-Anders Jorgensen built a
bags warning parent,x to keep better fish trap that should make
them away from youngsters. The him a millionaire. But only pria priatags
tags priatags read:
"For safety reasons, keep plas- path to his door. farm families prt-
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Cooley said 'in a statement that
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18 years, and the farm price for 4r). : ea -ea ..a ee.eeeeee...e ee,
e e 6 BOOK AND CANDLE," which stars Jemel Stewart and Kim you would matches or medi- Jorgensen, serving a life term
broilers now is the lowest On 0,' ',,,,'",1, 771,: '''' e'llk' i"''',1.4,,,"
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record for this season of the ''' Y.'.,' N1.,
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',i'r ' 0 than six inches in width and six 4 fortune by preventing filled a......ek164wire 4. ....,-.1..'',' .., .-",.,:,..44.....:',140 ...4. .,
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b a cautious, conventional bachelor and a beautiful, bobs- inches in length. The measure, nets from bursting. Committee on Agriculture, said 1 .;, ,-.4:,,, 4,;;C,Aloogs,,, .:.,...... ., ,3,;. rso?..::,::::: ,::,,A...1.11,k7::,x.,,,N,,,,,&,:,,,. .., ,,.
mach earriee a Density of up to But Jorgensen never will spend he had been informed bY the de' -,etia,'''': :;a1,',;:i:',,'''':,';',a'11,:'1,ii',,.:': .,K,,..toll...'::it.':::::.:is:.''::::::?':;,i:,$:,i'l.!e);:Fe: .,,,............ :.;-fa',:....,',111.,.::::t.-:,'::,:::::::.:a:7;:,:ie-kili::,:,...1,,,:1111:Itlea,..eiel':
two years' imprisonment, would anyof the money he Is expected partment that it would, not use eeeaee.eeaa-a.,, a e e-e
14 Mian type blonde. The girl in the case has "etrange" pow powa
a powa a prohibit Ruch containere for any to earn. Prison authoritiee said authority and. funds available to
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t', t merchantlise, and specifically far he probably newer would be aa. purchase. laying hens, shell eggs AIR EXPLORERS from Squadron 15 at Albrook AFB were Grady Hester, William Fink, Lloyd' 'a
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Cirrundo Church Woman
Daughters Have Banquet
Gay pollera dolls and arrange arrangements
ments arrangements of red and yellow flowers
werie used in decorating the ban banquet
quet banquet hall of the Curundu Protes Protestant
tant Protestant Church for the second annual
Mther-Daughter Banquet spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Women's Auxiliary
of the church. The event was at attended
tended attended by 74 mothers and daugh daughters.
ters. daughters. After a buffet supper, guests
were entertained by a quartet of
Girl Scouts, Vickie McCoy, Mary
Redding, Sheila Holcroft and
Janie Heaters, accompanied at the
piano by Mrs. Marge Redding.
Betty Stiles extended a welcome
to the Mothers, and Mrs. Redding
welcoMed the 'daughters. Mrs.
Dottie Hash provided the' piano
accompaniment,ior group sing

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santectI6 blatibted Ititatkryrr
Susan Soto 'was honored for
hiving ,tbe longest service as a
Sunday School 'teacher, 25 years';
Mrs. Marie Rose Woodcock for
the most grandchildren, five;
Mrs. Margaret Evans for be becoming
coming becoming the youngest mother, 18;
Mrs. Stephen Hovan for the most
nieces and nephews, about 45;
Mrs. Marie McCoy and Mrs.
Stephen Powelson for the most
children, five each; Mrs. James
Chancey for the youngest baby.
Mrs. Minnie Henaen closed the
progrim with devoLonals.
The committee responsibile for forthe
the forthe banquet arrangemenis includ included
ed included Mr. Pauline Crawford, Mrs.
Marge Redding, Mrs. Lois Leidig
and Mrs. Pat Scott.
Announcement was made that
the next Auxiliary meeting will be
taid Tuesday at the church.. Mrs.
Sylvia Scandrett will be hostess.
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Gorges Gray Ladies
Plan Capping Ceremony
Gray Ladies w, have complet completad.
ad. completad. their training will be honored

St. Luke's Church School
Closes Out Year Sunday
The closing of another year's
program in the Church School of
the Cathedral of St. Luke, Ancon,
will be marked this Stmday by a
aPecial service at 9:15 a.m.
' At that time, the Superintendent,
John Fawcett, will present perfect
attendance pins to the students
who have earned them during the
year. As part of the service, Dean
Peterson will give a talk on "The
Importance of Christian Educa Education."
tion." Education." The closing of. the regular ses session
sion session of the Chur Ch School will not
stop the Family Snvice at 9:15
cm. on Sundays,
The Summer Program this year
will include the regular service,
plus a series of religious motion
pictures films beginning at about
9:45 each Sunday. The commun community
ity community is invitei to share in this acti activity.
vity. activity. The Church School also announc announces
es announces a series of sumtrber vacation
camps for August at the Episcopal
Conference Center at Santa Clara
beach,
.These camps will be for. differ differwet
wet differwet age groups. a week at a time.
and will be conducted with a full
recrestional and religious program.

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in a capping ceremony Monday
during the June meeting of the
Red Cross Gray Lady Unit Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas Hospital. The program will be
held at 9:30 a.m. in he Confer Conference
ence Conference Room, Wark 17.
After the capping ceremony.
Members of the March 1958 class,
who Lave fulfilled the 75-hour mi minimum
nimum minimum requirement will be a
warded service bars.

Army Entertainers
Perform At Hospital
Patients and staff members of
Gorgas Hospital were entertained
this week by several of the win winners
ners winners and selec,ed acts of the lo local
cal local All-Army Entertainment Con Contest.
test. Contest. Arrangements were made by
the USARCARIB Special Services
Section.

Servicemen participating in the
show were Pfc Donald L. Boo BooJames
James BooJames Sininftni, rte.
Herbert Chess Jr, Pfc. Wilbur E.
Hand, Pfc. Al Hazen, Sp. 4 Stanley
N. strong, Wpiter Ince, Sp. 4
Richard Dick6s, Pfc. Charles
Son, Sp. 4 Ronald Cowan tod the
"Beatnicks', Pfc. Frederick
Heeter, Sp 4. Richard Lane, Pfc.
John Chalupa, Pfc. Marin Rudy
and Sp. 4 Clement V. Corbo Jr.

Colon lAWC Unit
To Install Officers
New officers of the Colon Unit
of the Inter-American Women's
Club will be installed at a lincheon
meeting tomorrow at 12:30 p.m.n
at the Hotel Washington.

!ive Teenage Gang
Members Convicted
Of Harlem Slaving

NEW YORK, May 29 (UPI)
Five teen-aged boys were convict convicted
ed convicted of first degree manslaughter
last night for the gang slaying
last Memorial Day of a young
Cuban who had unwittingly sat on
a bench in a section of an ELst
Harlem park the young gang had
declared out-of-bounds for "Par "Parto
to "Parto Ricans."
Jefferson Park is in a transition transitional
al transitional neighborhood, and the gate
charged the defendants were mem members
bers members of an Italian-American gang
which had attempted to set up a
section of it as their own preserve
against the growing Spanish-speak
ing population.
Their victirit, Julio, Ramos, 24,
had recently arrived in the city
from Cuba and had no reason to
be aware of the feud. He had sat
on the bench with a woman friend,
Mrs. Emilia Rivera, who fled aft after
er after the attackers threw their first
blow. Police said that was the
smashing of a gallon jug on na
mos' head from behind.
After that, it was charged, the
youths beat him with slats torn
from park benches and smasited
him with a heavy metal trash
can. He died the next day I a
fractured skull and brain damage.
The youths face maximum pe
nalties of un to 20 years inpri inprison.
son. inprison. They will to, sentenced July 9.
They were Frank Monti, 17;;
Alfred Catino, 19; ;Louis Camp,
17; George Clemente, 17, and Nor Norbert
bert Norbert Be lbo, 19.
Two other boys were severed
from the trial and referred to ju juvenile
venile juvenile court because they were
only 15 at the time of the slaying.

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WASI(INGTON (1.1PI)The FBI
put the finger on the slayers of
Mack Charles Parker in the report
it turned over to Mississippi Gov.
J. O. Coleman, government sourc sources
es sources said today
These sources indicated that
about10 or 11 men were named
aq membere of the masked, white
gloved mob that kidnaped the 23-
year-old Negro from his unguard unguarded
ed unguarded Pearl River County jail cell at
Poplarvill,e Miss. He was sched scheduled
uled scheduled to go on trial April 27 on
charges of raping a pregnant
white WOM'il n
Parker was dragged from t h e
jail April 25. His body was found
nine days later in the Mississippi
swamps near the Pearl River. He
had been shot twice.
Sources said the FBI report
given to Coleman sammarised the
crime, starting with a melts meet meeting
ing meeting of some 35 mine in farm
house a few milei from Poplar.
ville the nigh. before the kidnap-ing-meeting
originally was cal called,
led, called, these sources said, to discuss
ways to prevent the woman vie-Um
from being interviewed in a
qea csse by Parker's lawyer
Jesse Brown, a Negro.
These sources said there had
been "tsik' of trouble developing
around the jail where Parker was

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Of Lynch Victim In Official Report

held. but autborities discounted
pos E ihre violence and decided
against moving him elsewhere.

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FBI scientific experts h a d
turned up evidence to reinforce
the case against Parker and two
of the bureau's technicians were
prepared to testify at the trial.
The FBI has declined to corn.
ment on its report. A spokesman
said flatly: "We're out of the
case,"

The federal government with.
, drew from the investdgation two
do's ago after Justice Depar.-
ment lawyers ruled there had been
no violation of federal law by the
rrsons responsible for t h e
ynching.
' To stay in the case, the federal
: government would have had to
prove Parker's body was carrted
across state lines to invoke the
federal kidnaping statute.
The only other possible violation,
would have been a eonspiracy on
the part of local authorities in
sanctioning the lynching by the
mob. The FBI was unable to
produce evidence of this.
Coleman has said the case will
be turned over to Pearl River
County grand jury in November.

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Cerundo Church Women in a capping ceremony Monday ', t'.-' e'.4e:(11
Daughters Have Banquet during the. June meeting of the ,,l'''', '' of the famous 111
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' Gay pollens dolls and arrange- Red Cross Gray Lady Unit oe. Gor- ,,,,ee.,..:' e,,,.;,et:,
-,- ments of red and yellow flowers gas Hospital. The program will be elf ; 1 l phincitha
were used in decorating the ban- held at 9:30 a.m. in he Confer- I ""-,Atel'er, i ,,,, I 1 lianity gaits ill -iriji
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Mether-Daughter Banquet spon- After the capping ceremony. I II
sored by the Women's Auxiliary members of the March 1958 class,
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of the church. The event was, at- 'who Lave fulfilled the 75-hour me
has lust arr;ved
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I Girl Scouts, Vickie McCoy, Mary Perform At Hospital 1 ge241413) 1 11 e
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- Janie Heaters, accompanied at the Gergas Hospital were entertained l
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piano by Mrs. Marge Redding. this week by several of the win- 1,e,ee eeeee
Betty Stiles extended a welcome, ners and selec,ed acts of the 10- -...-.....
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le Conle welcorned the., 'daughters. Mrs. test. Arrangements were made by
Dottie ,Hash provided the' piano the USARCARIB Special Services
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ha'ving ebe longest service as a ,,
N. Strong, Welter Ince, Sp. 4 lift ,,,, Made to stay Active", Anti.
Sehday School 'teacher, 25 yearat -,,. Al 111
Richard Dickens, Pfc. Charles Alta 10,,,,, septic for up to 4 months its use 4
, I Mrs. Merle Rose Woodcock for
five: Son, Sp. 4 Ronald Cowan ttrid the Inhibits or destroys ALL types
the most grandchildren, ',. of germs that fall on or hold to it I
Mrs. Margaret Evans for be- "Beatnickse Pfc. F r e d e ri c k ,,&'ee,
Heeter, Sp 4. Richard Laee, Pfc. e':''''',e, ...,,,e . t ',
coming the youngest mother, 18;
0i 41 Mrs. Stephen,Hovan for the most John Chalupa, Pfc. Martin Rudy 11;1
. nieces and nephews, about 45; and Sp. 4 Clement V. Corbo Jr. '- se , '- .. 9
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Colon lAWC Unit
Stephen- Powelson for the most ee; .4:7. gee
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mes. James Te Install Officers
children, five each;
Chancey for the youngest baby. New officers of the Colon Unit ,.fe,,,
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Mrs. Minnie Heneen closed the of the Inter-American Women's w
progrim with devol.onals. Club will be installed at a lincheon '"-,1,!,f ,,,,
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Marge Redding, Mrs. Lois Leidig rt,
and Mrs. Pat Scott. meeting tomorrow at 12:30 p.m.n
at the Hotel Washington.
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the next Auxiliary meeting will be Members Convicted '- -' (15
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I Plan Capping Ceremony
I Gray Ladies w,:o have complet- NEW YORK, May 29 (UPI) -1 -rierrNr4: IA
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t ., ., ed of first degree manslaughter 1
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Closes Out Year Sunday charged the defendants were mem- ' '141
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ppogram in the Church School of which had attempted to set up a f 1)i! I :. ,A
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the Cathedral of St. Luke, Ancon, section of it as their own preserve i ta
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will be m,arked this Sunday by a against the growing Spanish-speak
teeecial service at 9:15 a.m. ing population.
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John Fawcett, will present perfect Their victirn, Julio, Remos, 24,
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who have earned them during the from Cuba and had no reason to KODACOLOR
year. As pert of the service, Dean be ewaee of the feud. Hea hatitecsat :-4ZZt1110-
Peterson will give a talk on "The en the beech with a wom n fr d, 1E0 FILM Before NOW
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time" er the attackers threw their first 101
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The closing of the regular ses- blow. Police said that was the -"'ellte. Los woo." '''
t sion of the Chureh Sch-ool will not smashing of a gallon jug on rere 11,,,,
na,401 tw.::i:,14 21 pounds 0.40 0.29 Spiced Carrots, Ploome Rose,
stop the Family Service at 9:15 mos' head from behind. le 1 Halves Peaches. 21 pounds,
cm. on Sundays, After that, it was charged, the ,e,, f I
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et -e- e- will include the regular service, from park benches and smaseed
plus a series of religious ,, motion him with a heavy metal trash 0.44
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JO, iS iSvitei to share in this ecti- The youths face maximum pa.
efts,. nalties of un to 20 years inpre Pear Juice, 12 oz., Kern's 0.15 0.13 Jabon American
The Church School also announc. Sen. They will be sentenced July 9. 2 Snap-capture colourful 'cases and
ell a series Of OUMOIlt vacateon They were Frank Monti, 17i;
camps for August at the Episcopal Alfred Catino, 18; ;Louis Camp, situations, outdoors and Indoors ... Peach Juice, 12 oz., Kern's 0.15 0.13 Ospi Insecticido
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and will b,e conducted with a full from the trial and referred to ju- strdavela;t0 boars and to shams!
A l''' Peach Juice, 5 oz., Kern's 0.10 0.08 Sirloin
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i NEW YORK, May 29 (UPI) Gentlemen, we
give you Hoyt Wilhelm except that Paul Richards
sal he can't be had 'even for a million dollars."
Mitney isn't everything and right victory. Bill Tuttle collected four
now Wilhelm is to the pennant of KC's 14 hits, including a homer.
minded Baltimore Orioles. Rocky Colavito hit his 13th for
NO wonder! Cleveland. Jirri (Mudcat) Grant
The-.3a-year-old knuckleballier has was the losrif.
won seven straight without a loss. Vic Wertz's two-run homer In
He has a spectacular 1.12 earned the eighth inning along with big
run average, the capacity to pitch Frank Su Biyan's two-hit pitching
every third day if necessary, and enabled the 'Red Sox to down the
the confidence that no one can hit Senators. The only run Waishing Waishingbim
bim Waishingbim when he's right. !ton scored was unearned, but Sul SulWilhelm's
Wilhelm's SulWilhelm's latest effort was a hvan had no' kick coming because
15-0 victirly over the Yankees last all thnee Boston runs off loser Pe Penight.
night. Penight. e triumph boosted Balti-itiro Ramos,Isb resulted from er
more tai win 1 I-2 games ot tirst Irors. :
place In the American lisague i Tne worn finally turned for
and extended Wilhelm's streai( a- Friend, loseV? of his first seven
gainst the Yanks to 21 1-3 conse- games, as he'posted his first vie vieeutive
eutive vieeutive seoreless innings. tory of the season with a fine fine"There
"There fine"There comes a time," said the !four-hit snutout over theBravoes
elated Richards after the game, The Pirates scored all their runs
"when a Player is worth more mo- off Joey Jay in the fifth inning
ney to ball club than anyone could Danny Kravitz drove in two of
possibly pay for him. I wouldn't the three runs in that frame with
consider one million dollars for a looping single. Milwaukee didn't
Wilhelm." get a runner past second against
Given a chance to start by Friend until the ninth.
Richards, the veteran National The Giants won their game
League castoff has now beaten from the Cards in the eighth in.
the Yankees four straight times. ning when Leon Wagner tripled
During that span, he has allow- and Daryl Spncer produced the
41 the world champions a total winning run with a sacrifice fly.
of two runs while pitching a Lite Stu Miller, second of
no-hitter and a one-hitter against three San Francisco pitchers,
them. i recorded his third victory. St.
Ralph TeTry, obtained from Kan' Louis jumped ih front 4-1 but
SEIS City earlier in the week, laced -the Giantts routed loser Lindy
Wilhelm last night and hurled well McDaniel and tied the score with
although charged with lus lifth a three-run rally in the fifth.
defeat. The Orioles nicked ulm Ray Semproch snuffed out a
for three runs on four hits during ninth-inning -Tally and,. preservet;
the first seven innings, then pick- Jim Owens' third. victery in the
ed uo their final runs when Gene Phillies' triurnph,,Dvee the Reds.
Wooling hit a two-run homer off Wally Postl dduble scored Ed
reliever Bobby Shantz in the I Bouchee with what proved to be
eighth. the winning Tun' in the top of the
Kansas City cut Cleveland's ninth. Frank Robinson cluted his
league lead to half a game by 12th homer for Cincinnati and Gus
beating the Indians, 7-2; Bostn Bell his seyneth. Joe Nuxhall was
defeala. Washington, 3-1. and the Hi? losing pitcher.
Detroit-Chicago game was post Walt Moryn's single with the
poned because of rain. bases loaded in the ninth broke
In the National League, 1Io a 5-5 tie and produced the winning
Friend of Pittsburgh blanked Mit runs for the Cubs in their game
waukee, 3-0; San Eco. climbed with the Dodgers. Loser Art Fow Fowto
to Fowto within two games of the first- ler set the stage for Moryn's blow
place Braves by haating St. Louis when he loaded the bases on three
5-4; ;Philadelphikliipped Chicin- vvlaks. ,-.,
nati, 4-3, and Chicago licked Los Ernie Banks' 12th homer with
Angeles, 7-5. two on in the seventh gave Chi ChiSouthpaw
Southpaw ChiSouthpaw Bud Daley, another ,cago a 5-4 lead but Los Angel's
knuckleballer who got a chance to 'heti the score in the bottom of
start this year, pitched the A's the 7th when Jim Gilliam doubled
to their win over the Indians. Da- 1:.o score Duke Snide r. Dave
ley scattered 10 hits anti drove in! Hillman stuck out 11 men. in
three runs as he posted his third 7 2-3 innings after relieving start startler
ler startler Seth. Morehead and was cre crecosoisassissoomvics4
cosoisassissoomvics4 crecosoisassissoomvics4 dited with his third thirumph. Gil
!Hodges hit his sixth homer for the
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HITTERS
(Based on 35 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
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Aaron, Mil. 40 171 33 73 .4
Burgess, Pitt. 36 123 12 44 .2
Logan, Mil. 41 142 20 48 .3
Mar, S.F. 42 170 39 57 .2
Cepeda, S.F. 42 161 29 53 .2
Pinson, Cin. 42 174 34 57 .3
Temple, Cin. 42 173 30 56 .3
Bouchee, Phi. 40 147 22 47 .3
White, St. L. 37 119 20 38 .3
Cimoli, St. L. 41 164 27 52 .3
Pct.
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.358
.338
.335
.329
.328
.324
.320
.319
.317
American League
Kuenn, Det.
Fox, Chicago
KaAne, Det.
Maris, K.C.
Co lay's, Cle.
Runnels, Bos.
Tuttle, K.C.
Mantle, N.Y.
Stria., Cie.
Aparicio, Chi.
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40 163
39 158
32 125
39 154
39 147
36 115
32 121
31 108
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25
25
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53
41
49
46
36
37
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.368
.335
.328
.318
.313
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.306
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Demeter, Dodgers
Mays, Giants
45
44
41
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Triandos, Orioles
Cerv, Athletics
Lemon, Senators
Lollar, White Sox
Alrson, Senators
36
31
29
29
28
28
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
..Banks, Cubs
Demeter, Dodgers
Boyer, Cards
Cepeda, Giants
Mays, Giants
15
13
12
12
9
9
9
9
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Lemon, Senators
Maris, Athletics
Jensen, Red Sox
Triandos, Orioles
16
13
11
10
10
10
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(Based on 4 or more decisions)
National League
Face, Pirates
Klipipstein, Dodgers
Mizell, Cards
Burdette, Braves
Antonelli, Giants
Elston, Cubs
W L Pct.
6 0 1.000
4 0 1.000
5 1 .833
8 2 .800
5 2 .750
3 1 .750
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Wilhelm, Orioles
Shaw, White Sox
Larsen, Yankees
Walker, Orioles
McLish, Indians
7 0 1.000
4 0 1.000
4 0 1.000
4 0 1.000
5 1 .833
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CURT HARDAWAY, D e nv er,
Class AAA American Association,
was signed by llouston, of the
same ic:-igue, following his re release.
lease. release. Hardaway, a third baseman,
average,' .263, belted nine hom homers
ers homers and batted in 67 runs last
year for Denver.
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P ET E MESA, Denver, Class
AAA Amerit an Association, won
his first two decisions. and was
back in uniform May 17, aiter
spending two days in bed be because
cause because of a lever.
o0o
G EORG ES MARANDA, Louis Louisville,
ville, Louisville, Class AAA American Asso Association,
ciation, Association, who had started only
once before this season, came
out of the bull pen and halted a
Colonel losing streak at four
games with a six-hit 3-2 deri derision
sion derision at Minmapolis, May 16.
The Canadian righthander fan fanned
ned fanned six.
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WINSTON BROWN, Sacramento,
Class A,4A Pacific Coast League,
as of May 19, had won three
games nd lost four struck out
28, and sported a 2.30 earned earnedrun
run earnedrun average.
Brown who has pitched
all season bat has been the
tim of bad luck, scattered
hits to beat Salt Lake City
May 17.
well
3-2t
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CARLOS HERON, Sacramental
Class AAA Pacific Coast Leagued
was optioned to Lewiston, Class
B Northwest League.
o0o
KEN HUNT, Spokane, Class
AAA Pc.cific Coast League, was
sent to Shreveport, Class AA
Southera Association, subject to
option by Richmond, Class AAA
International League.
CHUCK PAGE, Spokane,
Class AAA Pacific Coast League.
was sera to Victoria, Class AA
Texas I rague.
, ono
CLYDE PARRIS, Montreal,
Class AAA International League,
waited lust 24 hours to atone for
the four errors he committed in
the fir.st game of a twinbill a against
gainst against Buffalo. May 17.
The noxt afternoon the veteran
third basemap supplied the key
blows in the Royals' sweep over
Rochestor, 8-7 and 5-4,
His sacrifice fly scored (Bobby
Wilson with the winning run in
the first ganic, and his homer in
the llth of the nightcap enabled
reliever Rene Valdes to make
off with the victory.
Parris' four miscues actually
did no damage. since the Royals
scored four runs in the last two
innings to defeat the Bisons, 7-6.
--ono
TONY BARTIROME, Columbus,
Class AAA International League,
was hitting at a .315 pace, had
clouted two homers and driven
in 17 tallies up to May 20.
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JOHN ANDERSON, Miami,
Class A AA International League,
has been one of the Marlins'
most ci,nsistent performers since
the season began. The 26-yearold
riglit-hanocr had a 4-5 rec record
ord record will: Miami 'in 1958 and these
credentkls failed to inspire man manager
ager manager Kcliv arrell.
After looking at Anderson in
spring raining with Buffalo, the
Phillies' new International LooP
farm, Flrreil decided he couldn't
help the Bisons, so Anderson
was soli la Miami.
John WOn four of his first five
1959 starts and recently reeled
off three successive victories on
a total allotment of 11 hits.
lie matched his 1958 victory
total when he subdued Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, 3-1, May 17. As of May 20
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ELIAS OSORIO, Poza Rica,
Class AA Mexican League, wa's
hitting .321 up to May 17. Four
of his base knocks were home homeruns
runs homeruns and he had pushed across
19 markers.
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PILL PROUT, Memphis, Class
AAA Southern Association, had a
4-2 mark including games of
Moy 20 The lefty, who had fan fanned
ned fanned 18, possessed an ERA ot
4.03.
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ISS PEDEN, Shreveport, Class
AAA Southern Association, hit 26
homeruns last season but didn't
hit his first roundtripper th s
season until May 13 at Nashville,
After thsat he connected for the
circuit in three consecutive
games.
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DICK DONNELLY, Shreveport,
Class AA Southern Association,
hurled a three-hitter May 16 to
beat New Orleans 4-1. Donnelly's
triumph halted a five-game New
Orleans victory skein and snap.
ped a Snreveport losing streak of
the sante length.
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LEONARDO FERGUSON, Bin.,;-
hamton, Cla35 A Eastern I,eague,
twirled a five-hitter to enable his
team to stop York, 7-2, May
19.
Bowdry Scorel Upsel
Win Over Ranking
Lightheavy Anthony
By ED SAINSBURY
CHICAGO (UPI)-- Jesse Bow Bowrdy
rdy Bowrdy whipped boxing's top alai alailenger
lenger alailenger for the light heavywoight
title, Tony Anthony, so today he
was on the threshold of taking o over
ver over the position himself.
Rated No. 7 among the 175-
pounders before hie overcame the
the 3 to 1 odds favoring Anthony,
Bowrdy today had a chance to,
to meet the long-time trial horse
of the division, Harold Johnson.
Another victory also might give
Bowrdy a chance as champion
Archie Moore's major rival.
Anthony, losing for the sevenlh
time in 46 bouts and for the sec second
ond second time by decision, will be
dropped to the fifth or sixth spot
by the National Boxing AS611., it
was learned, while Johnson will
move up to the No. 1 rung with
Bowdry somewhere in the top
five.
Bowdry, a 21-year-old fornier
Golden Gloves champion who al always
ways always is confident of a win, ex
plained his win over Anthony as
just a result of hard work and
careful planning.
Bowdry hit with just al:lout
everything eis,e Wednesday night
too. Anthony, holding a two-pound
bulge in weights at 177 to 175, was
cut over the left eye and on the
lips in he second round.
The defeat cost Anthony per perhaps
haps perhaps one of his best money match matches,
es, matches, since he has been promised
a meeting with heavyweight Edole
Machen in San F-ancisco with a
victory'. Now, he indicated, be
.didn't know whom he could fight.
CARDS SIGN BROTHERS
ST. LOUIS (UPI)The St. Louis
Cardinals have signed the Waite
brothers of Wagarville, Ala. to
minor league contracts. Dennis,
a first baseman, will play with
Daytona Beach of the Florida
State League, while Powell, an
outfielder, will see action with
Wytheville, Va., of the Appalachi Appalachian
an Appalachian League.
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By hENRY THORNBERY
SANDWICH, England (UPI) :
laree not-snowing Americans AmericansLin
Lin AmericansLin itynamanl Deane liem-au and
Army Lt. Boo magee-gameii
semiiinais of the british Amateur
golg cnampionsnip yesteruay
along witn one lone Liigiisninab.
'lowly, in .iti-noie thaLches; the
veturati llynuman, wno twice was
saveu yesieruay oy advice from
ills cautiy,
see, wilue Beman plays the lone
Briton-34-year ola iVaiker Cupper
uuy oisten-holme.
'lite 3-1 owls tne semi-finals
maw! the U.S. an overwnelming
favorite to carry La the British
crown tor Life lath Ume since 1926
and the tirst since Army ift. Joe
Lonrau WOri in 19a5. it was the
lust time airee kinks gained tne
semifinals since 193z.
1,11KLALL.) tLiivsliiATED
Two other Americans were beat beaten
en beaten yesteruay ana tiynaman, 43-
year-olu insurance executive irom
Anington, fa., accounted for them
uoth. tie first downea last year's
runnel szi, Sgt. Harold Itidgely of
Havertown, fa., 2 and 1, anti then
eliminated 19-year-old Jack Nick Nicklaus
laus Nicklaus ot Colidnous, Ohio, 4 and 3.
Nicklaus survived the morning
round with a 5 and 4 vic.ory over
Juan Antonio Estrada of Mexico.
Magee, a 28-year:old Army of officer
ficer officer from Newton Highlands,
Alass., who is based in Germany
abd phoys golf strictly' for laughs,
ousted Norman Isow of England,
1 up, with his worst golf of the
tournament. Magee then came
back to defeat Walker Cupper
Doug Sewell of England, 1 up on
the 19th green, where he confi confidently
dently confidently rapped home a winning seven-foot
putt.
SAYS HE'S A BUM
Magee's trip to the semifinals
was a major shocker, even to him himself.
self. himself. Father of four children, the
stocky veteran of 10 years in the
Army, said: "I'm just a bum. I
don't know what I'm doing here.'
Beman, 21-year-old University
of Maryland junior from Bethesda
Md., won aa comedy of errors from
England's Harry Bentley, 2 and 1,
and then hit his full stride with a
4 and 4 victory over the veteran
David Blair of England. Balir
knocked out defending champion
Joe Carr of Ireland on the morn morning
ing morning round, 2 and 1.
Wolstenholme, reigning English
titleholder, defeated England's
Bill Hill, Z, an(1,1,. And AA CAMP-4.
bell, an Engliit etteteilm-
male, 3 and 2.
Cricket News
Pacific side cricket fans will
have an opportunity this Sunday
to see Colon's strong Surrey C.C.
is action against their own Parai Paraiso
so Paraiso C.C. in the opening game of
ihe championship series at the
Paraiso Oval.
The visiting Surrey group de defeated
feated defeated all opposition and comple!-
ed their season with an unblemish unblemished
ed unblemished record. Comprising the team,
ad listed for possible action on
Sunday are: De Souza, Hewitt, Wa Waterman,
terman, Waterman, Mignott, Grannum, Shoy,
Drakes, Mike, Carrington, Pres Prescott,
cott, Prescott, Franklin, Appleton, Nozierre,
Parris, and Springer.
Paraiso C.C., led by the well
known Guy Brutun. have no
"name" players, but their bril brilliant
liant brilliant play as a .group, have cap captured
tured captured the admiration of the fans
while earning for their club the
Pacific side championship. An in interesting
teresting interesting game is predicted com commencing
mencing commencing at 12:30 p.m.
Atlantic siders are reminded
Mount Ilope this Sunday as the
that there will also be a game at
Wanderers C.C., managed by Hu Hubert
bert Hubert (Red) Brands, and captained
by A. Dennis, entertain the Wo Womack
mack Womack C.C. of Panama.
Recognized as one of the strong stronger
er stronger clubs in the league this year
despite their poor finish, the Wand Wanderers
erers Wanderers except to take the measure
of the Whiskeymen who, on the
other hand, plan to make this
their first win in a bid to prove
their superiority over the Atlantic
side clubs.
The following will represent the
Wanderers club: S. Dennis, R. Es Escalona,
calona, Escalona, G. Atherly, E. Brown, P.
Bowen, L. Bowen, J. Brathwaite,
G. Small, V. Small, E. Belgrave,
S. Campbell and G. Roberts.
PACIFIC
Bright cricket is anticipated on
Sundrty, May 31, at Paraiso be between
tween between the Atlantic League's cham champion,
pion, champion, Surrey C.C. and the Cham Champion
pion Champion of the Pacific side, Paraiso
C.C.
The niatch is scheduled to be begin
gin begin at 12:30 p.m. Cticketers and
Fans On the Atlantic and Pacific
side are asked through this med medium
ium medium to accept this as an invitation
to attend the match.
Appended is a list of names
comprising the players of the Pa Paraiso
raiso Paraiso C.C. from which a team of
11 men will be selected.
H. Anglin, G. Jackman, A. Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, C. Cox, R. Scott, L. Brown,
A. Shan, G. Duncan, C. Scant le lebury,
bury, lebury, G. Bruton, Capt, A. Luke,
'11. Whyte, A.' tBlades. J. Bland Blandford,'
ford,' Blandford,' E, Holder, J. West, R. Es Escobar,
cobar, Escobar, L. Peart.
SWINGS 1110 BAT
Cincinnati (NEA) Infield Infielder
er Infielder Johnny Temple of the Cmcin
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TEAMS
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San Francisco
Los Angeles
Pittsburgh
Chicago
Cincinnati
St. Louis
Philadelphia
W 1. Pct. GB
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24 18 .571 2
23 22 .511 412
21 20 .512 412
22 22 .500 5
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Today's Games
Philadelphia at Milwaukee (N)
St. Louis at San Francisco (N)
Chicago at Los Angeles (N)
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (Ny
Yesterday's Results
Pittsburgh 000 030 000-3 7 2
Milwaukee 000 000 000-0 4 0
Friend 0-7) and Kravitz.
Jay (2-3), Rush and Crandall.
St. Louis 010 210 000-4 8 1
San Francisco 000 130 Olz-5 1 2
Jackson, McDaniel (3-6) and H.
Smith.
S. Jones, Miller (3-0), McCor McCormick
mick McCormick and Landrith, McCardell,
Schmidt.
(Night Game)
PhiladelpLia 010 020 001-4 10 0
Cincinnati 000 001 011-3 13 0
Owen (3-3), Semproch and Tho Thomas.
mas. Thomas. Nuxhall (2-3), Perla. Schmidt,
Mabe, Jeffcoat and Bailey.
(Night Garnet)
Chicago 7
Los Angeles, 5
1.0.0 Opens Door
To Arbil Red China;
Ends Nationalists
MUNICH, Germany (UPI)--In a
surprise move, the International
Olympic Committee expelled Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist China from the Olympic
movement yesterday and opened
the door for the re-admission of
the Chinese Communists.
Avery Brundage, the American
pirtsident of the IOC, announced
the organization had voted "al "almost
most "almost unanimously" to expel the
Chinese Nationalist Olympic Com Committee
mittee Committee on the grounds that it "no
longer represents sports in the
entire country of China."
The Chinese Nationalist group
was told, however, that it may
apply for re-admission at a later
date as the representative of
"Taiwan" (Formosa).
The IOC thus bowed to Russian
pressure as to which of the two'
groups should be recognized as
the representative of Chinese
sports. Communist China's Olym Olympic
pic Olympic delegation had quit the IOC
in a huff earlier this year because
of the, continued recognition of the
Nationa list com mittee.
Brundage said if Communist
China now re-applies for member membership
ship membership in the IOC, it will be recog recognized
nized recognized as "the representative of
China." Brundage is neported to
have fought the Soviet proposal in
Thursday's closed door meeting
of the organization.
The Chinese Reds were expect expected
ed expected to apply for re-admissioil to
the IOC soon. However, more
controversys was anticipated.
Swiss chancellor Otto Mayer of
the IOC said he expected the
Communists to make their request
conditional on the fact that the
Forthosan group is not re-admitted.
Nationalist Chinese officials,
Mayer said, "will certainly retuse
to be the representatives of Tai Taiwan."
wan." Taiwan." Sports Briefs
BOOTS HOME TRIPLE
BOSTON (UPI) Jockey lin linnie
nie linnie Spina le booted home a triple
Wednesday at Suffolk Downs. Spb Spbnale's
nale's Spbnale's winning trio included Bat Battle
tle Battle Chant ($6.40), Cynamometer
($21.20) and Set Sail ($28.00).
NEW STADIUM PROMISED
INNSBRUCK, Austria (UPI)
The Austrian Information Service
said today a fiVe million dollar
saditirn will be built In Innsbruck
for the 1964 winter Olympic
Games. 'He new showcase will
seat 10,000. ng21
pm INN MI II MO MI 11112
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GLENN FORD
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111 Tomorrow & Sunday! Ill
WEEKEND RELEASE'
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FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1959
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Cleveland
Chicago
Baltimore
Kansas City
Washington
Detroit
Boston
New York

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Detroit at Chicago
Baltimore at New York
Boston at Washington
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Kansas City 120 010 021-7 14 1 ,1
Cleveland 010 010 000-2 10 0 1
Daley (3-3) and House. t
Grant (3-1), Podbeilan, Garela4, -4
Brodowski, Perry and Fitzgerald. : ;
(Night Gama) ". 7
Baltimore 200 000 120-5 6 It
New York 000 000 000-4 4 1 :
Wilhelm (7-0) and Tri a ndos;
Ginsberg.
Terry (2-5), Shantz and HowarcL

(Night Game)
Boston 000 010 020-3 4 2 1
Washington 010 000 000-1 2 I, r
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Ramos (4-5), Clnvenger and; .4
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NEW YORK (UPI) Manager" t
Cus D'Amato, still refusing to b".9 -4
or talk to boxing Istriters, an announced
nounced announced yesterday through a pub public
lic public relations firm that Eloyd Pat 4"''
terson will go through with his
heavyweight title defense againt.';
Swedish Ingerman Johnasson
Yankee Stadium, June 25.
His mimeographed statement 4
was in answer to a controversial- 1, 1
promotion wrangle which had de developed
veloped developed a threat that the 15-round
bout might be cancelled or shiped
to another city.
The statement tame at a tinie,
when promoter Bill Roseosohn Roseosohnseemed
seemed Roseosohnseemed to be fed up with certain., 4
peculiar circumstances enmeshing,' !,
the bout and wined about ready.f.-.
to throw in the towel. ry
"We have a contract for Patter...,i
soli to fight Johansson at Yan,
kee Stadium on June 25 and we, Pa
will honor it," said D'Amato's
statement, dictated over the phone 0
to a sniretary from some undis.,:.'s ."
closed city where he was "in
transit."

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feuroard program ta ise stall- an itya-en4 'kat at.Horacie
at the Colon- Arens Hs' lightweight crovni..
Sunday night pi promoter In hvo feur-rouneors Luis dal
Joe (Sod) McLaughlin. Cid msots Stanley Wilson at
I In one hsadlinar flyweight 121 pounds and Roberto del
shampion Manhattan Kid on- Cid imp a pis Percy Rodman at
gaps promising bantamwaight 1111 pounds.
'mist Reid. at waight limit
of 117 pounds end in tho ether- The del .Cids, who ars broth.
Jerte Quintero tries for the era, and Redman wUl maks
Ohird tima. for his first win over thaw debuts as irec Wilson,
Tito' Marshall at 'a wolght limit the tallast local foatharwsight
of 13.5 pounds. in. SI businass at prosant,
undefeatod in four autingiL Ho
Tho'Kid is Imbeatan in won stands S.10.
fights, whila his rival has a 2.1
mart,. Both boys are 17 yoars PriCOS for tha program are
sit, general admission, $1; general
Quintero, a winner of swell ringside, $1.50; resorvad
hauls in nine apparances has side, $2; and childrati and box.
dropped two dose verdicts to ors 30 cants.

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) Race Track Graded Entries

P.P. Hem Jockey
let Rats 7th Series Imp. I
tat RACE
1-Ch luaa B. Agtdrre
Word! al R. Prestan
3-Mikel H. Gust Ines'
4-Lieenc lido A. Credidio
5-Campagnard A. Perez
6-Rego lana S. Hernandez
7-Mertlet R. Cruz
S-Dofia Flora G. Montero
I-Don Cirilo B. Baez

2nd. Rae "A'

1-De'stelle
2-Jabalina
3-Apache
5-(Tuti F ruti
6-(Frijolito
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3rd. Ric "F"

1-Don Tuturo
2-Pi thick,
3-Victoria
4-Naranjazo
5-Zia

Olt ROC. !DE"
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I-Et ,Fakir
2-Introduction
3-Indian Call
4-Mar Bravo
5-Smart Catch
A-Lattno
7-La BPISi
, A-Le'Matelot
A-Colmado
10-Lbberta
11-Featival
12-Greco

St. Coemoot
Plc Purse $450.00 Pool (
OF 'THE DOUBLE
115 Shouli improve here
103xRates outside chance
105 ,Itetter this week
106 Distarce to liking
110 Could get up here
Disappointeo in last
11:x Returns from layoff
IDS Form indicates
1011 Distarce handicaps

Natives 7 Furlongs Purse 2500.00 Pool Closes 1:30
2nd. RACE OF THE DOUBLE
J. 111 loa 114 Waitin, on go ahead 5-:
H. Gusthrs 114 In fight to finish 3-:
A. ,Lourless 117x Returns from layoff 10:
H. Hidalgo,105x Not guod enough 10;
B. Bien 120 --Jockey may decide EVEN
A. Credidio 108 Rates chance too EVEN

S. Hernandez 114 Seems much the best
A. Credidio 111 Distance handicaps
'13, Aguirre 116 J-Has beaten beter
B. Baeza114 -.lockey will help
V. Tejada 101x Good receat races

1-Follette J. Talavera 112 Stronger group here
2-Ju lie ',, A. Gonzales 110 ,----Alwayq dangerous
3-Don Mame '; K;RiBalgO 30.5c! 4NeedS more distance
4-Marylin J.. Molt 114 1.7suallv disappoints
5-Buscapleitos E, Bali) 10d Could aeon, again
6-Tanganica R. Prestan 107z Was nrver better
7-(Bon Grau S. Carvajal 112 Can win; fractious
6-(Noticion (No Boy) 118 Dropped in class

Ph keee 1th krimi Imp. 5 Fgs.Purso $400.00 Pool Clouts

1-Gilmi Ida A. Lourtess 109x Distance to liking fs
2-Mirma Lola A. Credidio 100 Nothing to indicate
3-Nrietoria Reg. J. Samaniego 118 Mutuels favorite
4-Rutilante R. Cruz 10,x Hard to beat here
5-(Cindertrack H. GuAtines 110 Fastest at getaway
0-(Pepin J. Talavera 114 ,Could take it all

R. Vasquez 111 Barely wort last
J. NOWA 107x Not with this rider
F. Sanchez 102x Hopeless case
G. Milord 106x Usually close up
H. Pitty 109x Jockey handicaps
V. Tejada 1011 Nothirg to recommend
Br flaeza 103 Jockey .should help
H. Gustines 112 Last was revealing
R. Cruz 99x --Good early speed
S. Hittnandez 105 Has beaten better
J. Jimenez 112 Not with this rider
H. Hidalgo '91s. Could surprise

lth Race 6th du Imp. 7 Fes. Purse 8450.00 Pool C
2nti. RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1-Pliatano A. Perez 110 Rates outside chance
Dumt J. Talavera 112 Dangerous contender
3-Roma A. Lour less 105x Could score again
4-Itkrmelina IL Gustines 112 Form indicates
5-5fibese V. Tejadall2Z Could make it here
16-Dittingo t). Bravo 110 Nothing to indicate
7-Eitto H. Hidalgo 107x Good early speed
8-Madame Cucu J. Phillips 108 --Could von. again
2-Miss Brunette B. Baeza 112 Gets stiffest test
10-14Otous G. Milord 108 Could hang on here
ll.Empire Cross A. Credidio 113 Deesn't, teem likely
12-al Agheila J. Jimenez '110 Must 14o lower
13-40 Moscoso D. Delgado 103x jockey handicaps
14-(Dagon R. Cruz 10'2x Nothing recently
801 Mace "Special" Imp. 5 Fes. Purse 5650.00 Pool CI
OUINIELA
Pi
Id Smuggler J. Samaniego 112 Hasn't shown much
2- tagracia (No Boy) 113 Got burned in last
3-Miaterais H. Gustines 109 Reportedly ready
4-Marie Chantal 'R. Cruz 104x Has gnod workouts
5-14Zbel H. Hidalgo 104x Reportedly improved
8-Beiduque H. de Gracia 103x Has shown nothing
7-(ren Sera A. Gonzales 103, Big disappointment
11-( uillotina Alvarez 108 Knocking,. at door
11;

Pool Closes 1:00

Odds

8-1
15-1
5-2
3-1
4-1
8-1
3-1
5-2
4-1

' 5-2
3-2
10-1
10-1
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EVEN

NOM,' 7 Furlongs Purim $375.00 Pool ests 110

1-2
10.1
- 8-1
2-1
5-1

Natives a Furlongs Purse S37500 Pool -Cbses 2;30
' QUINIELA ,,,,,

4-1
3-1
15-1
3-2
5-1
2-1
5-2
;-2)

3:00

8.1
10.1
3-2
3-2
2-1
2-1

eth Rees loth Sor lee Imp. 7 Fss.Purse 3450.00 Pool Closes 3:40
1st. RACE OF THE DOUBLE

10-1
50-1
100-1
10-1
10-1
15-1
3-2
EVE'.
15-1
4-1
3-1
10-1

Closes 4:10

5-1
3-1
5-1
3-2
8-1
15-1
4-1
10-1
2-1
8-1
15-1
10-1
10-1
10-1

4:40,

8-1
3-2
2-1
4-1
3-1
25-1
5-2
5-2

810tate Ist. Sor los Imp. 7 Fes. Purse 31000.00 Pool Closes 5:15
411 ON1 TWO
fp,
h "MEMORIAL DAY HANDICAP", ..Cou Id go all the way 5-1
I.-Dependable H. Hidalgo 100x,Not off last effort 15-1
oi 2-Play.Bo T. Justiniani 99x Always dangerous 3-1
3-fflpinst 11.1 Cruz 103x Bette: jou novt 2-1
Wilde F. Alvarez 105 Sharpened for this 4-1
0-0itte y Medio B. Baas 118 Returns from layoff EVEN
7-(Pan Tostado J. Rodriguez 114 Seeks fourth straight EVEN,
0,1 ,
0 tOttrilloco "Spociar Imp. 6 Pis. Purse 5658.00 Pool Closes S:40
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1-Ailayente A. Perez 110 Good eirly speed 5-1
2-S)Ititanero J. Moe 110 Will rezht it out 3-1
3-Noreen'. A- Crean:110 103 I lot. &abut them 301
I. 4-San Salvador H. Hidalgo 107x Vastly imnroved 4-1
11-(Popa ',', S. Hernandez A18 Seems beat here 1-2
- h 1-alairobi B. Been 112 Could take it aU 1-2
,
' 1111! Rate-Ith Serlos Imp. 7 Pea. Purse $500.00 Pool Closes '....
1, ),, 0141 MO,
. 11-1
1-gturitio H. Hidalgo 109s Ran Well In lant
& 2-Albirnat G. Milord 115 Stzong effort In last 2-1
7 Silangal ,,,, i s E. Dario 103 Not, good enough 15-1
4-Paralion B. Aguirre 115 Can boat these 2-1
11-Maniart H., Gustines 108 Reportedly improved 5-2
L g-MI Loeura V. Tejada 107x ...Must go lower 50-1
r 'f-Idem O.,. Bravo 110 DenenOs on start 4-1
g(Ilongaros S. Carvajal M --Good early speed 3-1
4 11-(Jaymaie IP. Alvarez 109 Fastest at 'getaway 3-1
10-(Cerveottro A. Gonzales 100 Usually Close up 3-1

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By CONRAD

1Mart let
2Tuti Frati (a)
3Naranjazo
4Tanganica
5Ruti !ante
6La Briaa
7.Miss Brunette
8Materaie
9Siett y Medio
10Nairobl (s)
11Farallon

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Five Veterans
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By KURT FREUDENTHALI
lisiDIANAPLIS (UPI)
card holder Sam Hanks said to
day tomorrow's 50-mils auto race
will be a wide open rimy- Pt
he tabbed five veterans drivers
as the "'cream of thii crop."
He also predicted that his rtxe
record established two years ago
will be smashed barring adverse
weather conditions and major sc.
cidents which would slow the
field's pace.
The front-runners in the scram.
ble for a $300,000 jackpot, said
smiling Sam, included brotners
Jim and Dick Rathmann,
sitter Johnny Thomson, Rodger
Ward and Jimmy Bryan, last
year's winner.

roughest race of them all," said
Hanks, now a thison man Irt Irttween
tween Irttween the speedway and the car
' owners. "We have fine equipment
and such fine drivers scattered
throughout the starting lineup that
picking the winner is a tough
job."
Hanks, who holds the race re record
cord record of 135.601 miles per hour,
also predicted that the grueiting
200-lap grind could well be won
in the pits.
"Pit crews are going to play a
tremendous part in who is going
te win this race," 'he, said. Sonic
crews phn for' their drivers to
make as many as four pit stops,
but, a lot of the pit strategy will
depend on race conditions and
the weather.
"I hope my record will stand,"
said Hanks. "If it dosen't, that's
progress. Bazring not- too many
minutes of running under the.
yellow caution light and good
racing conditions, the record wilt
go."

'IMALA..... Ihz:Aok2i;L LL'eaatddidd
DEAD LASTI Everybody
but their most vib:tent fans en enloeci
loeci enloeci it when the New York
Yankees struck bottom, but it
waor mighty serious businoss to
Casey Stengel, their boss.

,
Memorial Day, traditionally a
national hofiday in the U.S. and
the Canal Zone. vtill be observed
at the Pres;dent Remon race racetrack
track racetrack tnnionow with the limning
of) the $1000 seven furlong Mcni Mcniorial'Day
orial'Day Mcniorial'Day Handicap for first se series
ries series imported thoroughbreds.
The Siete y Medio-Pan Tosta Tostado
do Tostado entry is the prospective mu mutuels
tuels mutuels favorite with Alcaraz, Alpi Alpina
na Alpina and Dependable the mairi
contenders. PiRyboy and Critic
are rank ouisiders.

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By Conrad() Sargeant

m,warin

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"And there are several others
to consider," said the 1957 winner. Mechl, a speedy bay daughtcr
"They include Paul Russo, Bob lot Keyhaven-Petite Miss, is one of
Veith and Johnny Boyd. !two racers listed to make their
- 'debut this waskend. This promis promis"I
"I promis"I ,think this is going to be the 1 n
1 g two-year-old is entered lor
roughest race of them all," said Sunday's Wth race for native
Hanks, now a liSISOTI man bl- maidens.
tween the, speedway and the car Mechi is owned by Frank X.
owners. "We have fine equipment Zeimetz and trained by Anibal A.
and such fine drivers scattered Alvarado. Cagey Oscar Bravo will
throughout the starting lineup that ride the filly in her first 'start.
ncking the winner is a tough
The other debutant is two-year--
lob." old Argentine-bred bay colt Puer-1
to Madero. This son of Parana ParanaHanks,
Hanks, ParanaHanks, who holds the race re- La Helandesa is owned by Mrs.
!ord of 135.601 miles per hour, Delia Acevedo and trained by Eu Eualso
also Eualso predicted that the grueiling
logio Benedito. He is scheduled to
200-lap grind could well be won make his bow in the eighth race,
in the pits. a five furlong dash tor imported
two-year-old maidens.
"Pit crews are going to play a ---o0o---
tremendous part in who is going Several horses changed owner ownerti
ti ownerti win this race," he, said. Sonie ship this week. Skoll, formerly
Tews phn for' their drivers to
owned by Gabrisl Ossa Vicua
make as many as four pit stops, and trained by Jose Reyes Olguin,
)ut, a lot of the pit strategy will
is now owned by Reyes. Olguin's
lepend on race conditions and son Jose.A. Reyes M. who is else
,he weather. the trainer of the colt.
Dania luau wa s bought by
"I hope my record will stand," Guillermo Tay whe is else
laid Hanks. "If it dosen't, that's
her new trainerM Berle' Is now
vogress. BaRring not-- too many
owl a and trained by Arturo
ninutes of running under the
Cluitioneig...E res. was- Purchased
ellow caution light and good
by Braun Baeza's mother, Mrs.
acing conditions, the record will
go." Eulegia Marin, and is boil
trained by Fortunate Hidalgo.
FMLms:' ..era:mvme..,..., vi,v.. Mi Locura was acquired by Da Daiaft;NMin:iiM.M1
iaft;NMin:iiM.M1 Daiaft;NMin:iiM.M1 vid Wisner and turned over to
,:,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.....::7410001MM Banford Anderson for training ...1
.14,,,', '"VadriSeN Alfredo Boyd's Donito reappears
.""4;''':, Age00:41A after many months of inactivity
litts 1,80:001 under the training of Mauricio
-';', -.1.g..iil,,,g.04? Grace...Felix Rodriguez. replaces
!,:i,:.,,,iioiiiA
,itt.wwwkit his father, Luis Rodriguez, as thq
'IRMA trainer of Melendez.
. '''". Nsbrisca and Onassis win, ma
e with blinkers beginning this week..'
end while Cristobalina will race
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Guillermo Sanchez left for Mexi Mexico
co Mexico City yesterday. He was signed
up for several mounts at the loc local
al local oval this weekend. Most of his
mounts were turned over to Hello Hellodoro
doro Hellodoro Gustines and Jose Molt.
o0o
A Braulin Baeza fan asked that
we clarify an erroneous statement
recently published inseveral loc local
al local dailies to the effect that Bac Bacza's
za's Bacza's 111 victories in this semester
constitut2 a new record to- a six sixmonth
month sixmonth period.
A quick check revealed that the
fan is right. Baeza won 93 races
in the first semester of 1958 and
156 in the second semester for a
grand total of 249 wins in one
yearsomething no other Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian jockey has ever done in
any parrt of the world.
We alto add that Basis finish finishad
ad finishad third among jockeys thrbugh thrbughout
out thrbughout tho satins world. Only WI ilia
Shoemaker with an oven 300,
and Howar'd Grant, with 254,
won mra races than Balms last
year. And both Shoomakar a'nd
Grant rode in more than 250
maatings as compared to only
122 for the loca' lad.
Singaluz has been laid up for
approximately one month with
shins... Thunderstreak has probab probably
ly probably run his last race. He will be
sent to the National Guard stables
in Chorrillo... Rolando (Patulecol

Licanciodo Singaiuz nas peen laid up tor
Jabo lino approximately one month with
Don Tuturo shins... Thunderstreak has probab probabMarilyn
Marilyn probabMarilyn ly run his last race. He will be
Pe Pin (6) sent to the National Guard stables
MotIot in Chorrillo... Rolando (Patuleeo)
Harm lino tHurtado rep!aces Them Fernandez
Altagracia las the tipster in the SpaniAli Ian IanAlcaraz
Alcaraz IanAlcaraz guage daily "La Horst."
PoPs
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of honor of the track manager
and a' membct of the group will
present a trophy to the owner of
the winning thoroughbred.
Leading jockey Braulio itaeza
will do the booting on Siete y Me-1
dio while Julio Rodriguez will
have Lk lez up on entrymate
Pan Tostado. Alcaraz chances
should improve considerably this,
week with the switch from Hello

racetrack's publicity office has an anInounced
Inounced anInounced that Tan Tostatio, Ali,
Siete y Medi() and Blancor win
leave for Puerto Rico next week
under 'the care of trainer Mant121
Rivera.
If this is true, Siete y Meth
and Pan Tostado will be making
their farewelt performance in to tomorrow's
morrow's tomorrow's Memorial Day Handicap.

Room at the top: Uncle Sam
can sympathize with our boxing
sollms; he knows how tough it :a
to 'arouse Sugar Ray's fury. Sub Subway
way Subway Strike was well beaten at
Belmont the other day. Naturally,
Mike Quill wasn't in he saddle.
"The four skulls ,of Jonathan
Drake," a new-movie, is prooably
based on a baseball manager's
life. Bob Sylvester's chuckle tine:
Add look alikes: Floyd Patter Patterson's
son's Patterson's opponents. Walt Disney
working on an insect Western, tit titled
led titled Spray Gun? Around the Sta Stadium
dium Stadium they had begun to call them
the Bronx Bummers. One look at
Liz Taylor in toreador pants, and
you know she's a hip gal.
Soft and Swale: Promoter' Bill
Rosensohn, the Childe Harold of
the cauli-flower world, 'took his
,stand on the side of muscle med
and stooge manatets, when he
wrathfully called the Commis Commission's
sion's Commission's crackdown on Cus D'Amato
unfair. No doubt the D'Ainato
plant would also agree, since the
heave-ho will cost him $10,000 of
Ingy Johansson's parse (the origi original
nal original proposition called for $.33,000).
But millions of others, shocked
that a foreign challenger was sub subjected
jected subjected to what practically amount
ed to a shakedown, to get a match
with D'Amato champion, must
entertain a very different and
much more wholesome view of the
Commission's action..

The last frontier: Ying and
Yang, narrowly beaten in the
rich Californian at Hollywood,
was named for the Chinese spirts,
good and evil. Just thought you'd
like to know. Lou Novikoff's a
stevedore in California. It's been
a dozen years since the Mad Rus Russian
sian Russian played outfield for the Cubs.
Frank Lane, the great gabbo of
the Indians, took a snide crack at
Will Harridge when, in buttering
up Joe Cronin, new AL prexy, he
said: "We've already had more
correspondenc e from headquart headquarters
ers headquarters than in the last live years,
and some of it makes sense." The
Olympic Club in San Francisco
has abandoned boxing. Wasn't
that where Gentleman Jim Cor Corbett
bett Corbett got his start? Give the man
a cigar.
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com,,,, becom,,,, of hula hoops? Marrying
Mickey Rooney is a better in investment
vestment investment than blue chip stocks.
Ns fourth ex settled for $381,750.
The D'Amato technioue is
spreading. Pro tenniser Pancho
Gonzales demanded and got his

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accompiished Jose Uncut.
Rolando Cruz, who gave Mpina
a creditable ride over a mile
last week, again will be the light
weighted Chilean mare's saddle.
Speedy Dependable will be boot.
ed by math. Homero Hidalgo.
Fernando Alvarez ,will g uide
Critic and Franco Alustimant
will handle the reins on Playboy.
The seven furlong distance
could b? just right for either De.
pendable which led for more
than six furlongs last Stmday in
his first race following a long
layoff, cl Alpina, a game racer
when the distance is not far.
Critic which has good early
speed, figures to olfd in the final
furlong after chasing Dependable.
Playboy, now enjoying his best
form. turned in a poor perform performance
ance performance his last time.
Ten other prospective thrillers
are inducted on the card.

42-Ho lo Match
NEW YORK (UPI) The long longest
est longest individual match in the history
of the Professional Golfers As Association
sociation Association occurred in the 1948
P.G.A. Open when Claude Har Harmon
mon Harmon beat Sam Sneed, 1-up in 42
holes.

by
JOE WILLIAMS

own linesman in a recent match
with Australian Mal Anderson.
Harvard plans a new $2 million
athlebic house. Ping pong pros prospects
pects prospects must be lookuig up. Wash Washington
ington Washington laments a shortage of ma mathematicians.
thematicians. mathematicians. There is, of course,
never a shortage of figureheads.
For Zohnny Longden's money,
Count Fleet was the greatest
racing animal since Man O'War
.and Johnny's got plenty.
Around $.5 million, they say:

Some Like it Hot: The base baseball
ball baseball honeymoon in Milwatikee is
losing its pristine piquancy. At Attendance
tendance Attendance off nearly 100,000, in
spite of the Braves' brisk start,
and Hank Aaron's spectacular
Mutating. Joe McCarthy's adviice
to Ole Case, "Just sitssqd watt,"'
is at least wasy to folloW. Happy,
Chandler's offer to dessert politics
and serve as their representative
has big league ballplayers fright frightened;
ened; frightened; up to now they never had
it so good. To fans with bitter me memories
mories memories of 'the scandalous Black
Sox, it must have been reassur reassuring
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ment statement that there is "nothing si si;lister"
;lister" si;lister" about the Yankees' nose nosedive,
dive, nosedive, Eddie Machen added noth nothing
ing nothing to Johnnsson's s t a tu r e
against Ruben Vargas. The
Swede had qoalified for a shot at
the championship by stiffening
Machen. The Russkies are throw throwing
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and no wonder, what with Sgt. Bil Bilko
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at the Colon- Arens Ailixt 4 Ns' lightweight crown. ,,
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(ISO JWB Armed Forces Service
Center in Balboa, have proven of
toterest that it has been ar arranged
ranged arranged to continue their display.
One of the Isthmus' most talent talentled
led talentled artists Mrs Bentz h3s cooper coopermatwely
matwely coopermatwely agreed to extend the exhi exhibitior
bitior exhibitior date until June 20 so that
-those who have not had the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to view the pictures !nay
still do so.

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Apartments
FOR RENT:Apartment 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
2-2883 or 3-1318.
FOR RENT:Modern 2 bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms apartment, hot water, isal isalcony,
cony, isalcony, etc. Cangreio, 78 Via Ar Argentina,
gentina, Argentina, Call Tel. 3-2052.
FOR RENT:Completely fur furnished
nished furnished 2 bedroom house fot six
months, starting May 25. nice
neighborhood. 95th St. No. 43
SI 85.00. Tel. 1-4994 office
hours.
FOR RENT:--Modern 2 bedroom
apartment in El Cangrele Devel Development.
opment. Development. All screened and hot
water installation. Further parti particulars
culars particulars call telephone Panama 3-
4946. After hours 3-6737.
FOR RENT:Canorsio. Furnish Furnished
ed Furnished ono room apartmont with
bathroom, balcony, kitchen. hot
water, new furniture. Call, 3-
'789.
FOR RENT:--In El Cangreie, one
bedroom apartment, with large
hying-dining, perch, kitchen,
laundry, garage, all screened.
Call 3-7453,
I FOR. RENT:Furniahed Apt. 3
reams. kitchen, bath. 7036. 4th
St. Central anti Metendez:Colon.
FOR RENT4-1, furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Calla Estudiants Ns. 75.
Tel. 2-2525.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment. living-dining room,
balcony, hot water Non.
Eusebio A. Morales Aye. El Can Canon1o,
on1o, Canon1o, Tol. 3-7138.
Veleran Sergeant
Bamey Toms Goes
Info Supergrade
First Sergeaht Barney Toms of
Company B, lst Battle Group,
20the Infantry, yesterday was
appointed to the Supergrade
hy an additional allocation sent
down this week by Department
of the Army.
The special alloca,tion is an ef effort
fort effort on the part of the Army to
balance at the end of each fiscal
year the promotion strength of
the Army.
toms is a veteran of both WWII
and Korean action. He first en enlisted
listed enlisted in the Army in August of
1935, and arrived in Panama for
duty in January of 1957. He has
been first sergeant of Company
B for the past 10 months and
prior to that was first sergeant of
Company B of the old 20th In Infantry
fantry Infantry Regiment during the days
before the activation of the Bat Batle
le Batle Group.
Toms who was in grade as an
E-7 since 1942, has a family of
four children residing at Fort
Kobbe.
FOR RENT
Co to 2200 So. Wt. of modern
of new "ELGA" Building
Large private parking area
in rear Janitor and night
watchman vervices Air
Conditioning ontional Via
Esnaiia on d gth block
office space on second floor
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MOSCOW UP1) The Soviet
Union has signed a mutual
economic cooperation agreement
with Afghanistan and praised that
Asian nation for its "wise policy
of neutrality." The official Tass
news agency said that Afghan
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IAutomobiles

FOR SALL-1956 4 door Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth sedan, good tiros, S900.
Call 5-490 Gatun.
FOR SALE:-1951 Ford sedan,
'ran, soot 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 wagon,
automatic transmission, power
steering, other extras. Call Cu Curundu,
rundu, Curundu, 4198.
FOR SALE:'56 Chevrolet 4
door sedan, 21,000 miles, stand standard
ard standard shift, new rubber. Perfect
condition, WOO. House 6363-1
Los Rios. Telephone 2-4347.
FOR SALE:-1956 Ford Court-.
try Sedan, 4 door with power
steering and brakes. Automatia
transmission, duty paid, only
S1200.00 and can be fi d.
See at Household Exchange,
Automobile Row.
FOR SALE:-1957 Plymouth,
Belvedere, 4 door, haul 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
accessories, 16,000 miles. Balboa
1253.
FOR SALE:---1957 Ford. auto automatic
matic automatic transmission. Leavine 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 Gamboa.
FOR SALE:One owner, 1955
Mercury Montclair. sport couoe,
two tone, white and green, auto automatic
matic automatic transmission, wsw tires,
radio, heater, in oxcellent con condition,
dition, condition, throughout $1350, call
Balboa 3472 between 4:30
6:00.
FOR SALE: 1951 Rambler
station wagon $225, Balboa,
6326.
-
FOR SALE:-1959 Fiat 1100.
Excellent condition $250.00 for
nts equity 08-354.
FOR SALIE:-1957 Buick Cent Century
ury Century Hard Top Coupe, in excellent
condition, with Radio & W. W.
Tires. Selling price $1,650. Call
Mrs. Brown, Panama 2-1759
from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE:--1959 Ford 4 door,
Deluxe 300, blue and white
atyltone paint, radio and heater,
V-8, low miles, likt new $2300.
2-1629.
FOR SALE: -- 1957 Chevrolet
station wagon. standar& shift. 6
ply tires, undercoated. Phan' 83-
5220.
ow
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
sedan. $950. E. B. Parker 225-D
Coco Solo. Tel. 36-472.
FOR SALE:-,-1956 Ford Fordor,
V-S, Fordomatic, with radio,
new tires. Call Kobbe 84-8143
CONDEMNED TO DIE
CI1EBINE EL KOM, U.A R.
(UPI)A 70-yiar-old woman, who
suspected that her husband had
succumbed to her daughter-inlaw's
charms, was sentenced to
death this week for the murder
of her son's wife. it was disclosed.
Amouna Mohamed Khedr is the
first woman to be .randemned in
Egypt in 39 years.
GIFT PROVES FATAL
PHOENIX, Arix. (UPI) A
26-year-old mo'her of seven ehiltl
ren said today she shot htir hus husband
band husband to death with a .22 caliber
pistol she intended giving him as
a Father's Day gift. Mrs. Pat Patrieia
rieia Patrieia Davis told sheriff's deputies
she worried so much about what
her husband, Elwood would say
about her spending lie money
for the preseht that she shoot
him.
Gui
r
e
American Life
Insurance Company
MILITARY PERSONNEL
For similar basic low NSLI
rates charged by the govern government
ment government during W. W.
Phone anytime Panama
4-0430
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Lady Godiva Ride
Will Be Race
For 5weet Charity
LONDON (UPII The women
of the ,South Berkshire hunt will
shed their red jackets to play
ladies Godisa at their next ride.
Hunt Secretary Kenneth Bryant
said the Lady Godiva Stakes
would be race for charity.
"I gather the girls intend to be
as Godivalike as possible within
the bounds of decency." Bryant
said.

Miscglanieod

FOR SALE sFULL CERAMIC
EQUIPMENT, four kilns from
6"x6" to large one for firing
22" pieces. clay, glum, sindor sindorglazes,
glazes, sindorglazes, pottors white I. paili
buckets; cabinet; bins. STEVEN STEVENSON.
SON. STEVENSON. 1611 Williamson Ave.,
Gamboa, Phone 6-117.
FOR SALE: Electric Mongol
(ironer); steam iron; various
tables; heavy work benches;
couch back (for magazines and
ornamenh fih Quartermaster
cot); student's desk; file cals.
inets; card table; laundry baskets;
sprinkler hose; sprinkler; pardon
tools; fireplaces; metal chairs;
curtain rods; redwood screens for
Duplex; fow shades; child's
"Potty" chair; doll carriage;
games; dynamo, wire fence; por porcelain
celain porcelain refrigerator (after Juno
10th); FULL SCREEN-WOODMETAL
ENCLOSURE for under
Duplex quarters; ORCHIDS:
HUDSON COMMANDER 11. new
tires. mechanically perfect. Stev
whorl -- 161 B Williamson Ave..
Gamboa. Phone 6-317.
FOR SALE:Flallicrafter SX
100, DX-40, WO, D-104 mike.
three element 10 meter beam.
S325.00. Phone Albrook 2286.
FOR SALE:,---Baboo-Tanda high
chair with saloty straps, oscol oscollent
lent oscollent condition. Panama 3-4383.
FOR SALE:Wabco. 60 cycle
motor $5.00; Webco record
player 3 SPeed $1 $.00
ironer $30.00, Kenmore desk
sewing machine $100.00; Re Remington
mington Remington typewriter, $10.00;
Halicraftter S-53 radio, MOO
Coldspot refrigerator, needs new
unit, $10.00; heavy tennis rocket
$3.00; Swivel Tripod, $5.00;
Projection Screen $5.00. Phone
Gamboa 6-200.
Leaving country for sale Chinese
table, Chinese flatware chest and
clock, wardrobe bai. Peruvian
toble, stove, ekes of drawers, bi bicycle.
cycle. bicycle. 44th St, No. 37 Apt. E.
Tel. 3-34,19.
FOR SALE:Stereophonic rec records.
ords. records. Classical and popular'. Big
assortment. AGENCIAS DIAZ
37th Street No. 6-A.
Nursery School, Traritportation
provided Balboa, Ancon, Curun Curundu,
du, Curundu, Clayton. Children 212 to 5
Years. Open all year. Supervised
oisv, constant supervision. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1214.
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Lessons
ORGAN PIANO ACORDION
Summers lossons', Atlantic and
Pacific sista call: Prof. Frans
Manfredi Panama' 3-1909.
The Mactgo Locke School of
dance opens at Teonage Club.
Coco Solo. Forvlassos 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.
Margasita and TAXA. Cristo Cristobal.
bal. Cristobal. Motorcycles
FOR SALE:.0no motorscootor,
parts of two Astra. Call Balboa
2995.
NEEDED

5,000 meters of conductor cableNo. 12, 600 volts with
thermoplastic installation.
400 meters of 2 conductor No. 12, 600 volts vtith ther thermoplastic
moplastic thermoplastic installation.
1,400 meters of armored cable for underground instal installation
lation installation No. 12 2 conductor 600 volts.
100 meters of armored cable for underground Installa Installation
tion Installation No. 8, 2 condUctor 600 volts..
One aviation beacon complete similar to Crouse-Hinds
type DCB-36 rotating beacon.
One 75 foot beacon tower for mounting DCB-36 rotat rotating
ing rotating beacon.
70 each cone type airport marker lights, for multiple
connection similar to Crouse-Hinds type APB.

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Home.Aiticles

9011 SALIpI957 6.1. retrie retrieorator,
orator, retrieorator, 1957 Winningham' auto automatic
matic automatic washor, gas stove, babt
ismi, double bod, 1 lassos, side side'
' side' board, RCA radio. trunk. Louis
Guzman, Dim. 6, Id. La Aurora,
Calle 55, 11 Canyons, Tel. 3-
926.
FOR SAL11:Mallogany dining
, room sot, aoats 10 parsons:
China-closet-and IWO board. Kel Kelvitiator
vitiator Kelvitiator refrigorator. Simmons
bad and chiffoniar. earthing at
bargain price. Pito 1-6351
FOR SALLWashing machine
WOO, electric owe $15.00.
Phone Balboa 1756.
FOR SALLLeaving donor.
Bar; vouch; Peruvian tablet
loather too. Chinese table clock
and screen; wardrobe; bicycle;
44th street No. J7, apartment E.
Phone I-1419,
FOR SALE:Alstemath washer
and dryer, 21 inch tolosision Set.
leavina tot States. 1-027t Pan
awo a.
FOR SAMCheap, dining room
se, hand carved mahogany, with
glass. Peru Ave. 37-20 upstairs.
Tel. 3-0249.
FOR SALE: landix washing
$30 00; deep Fr poraolain
$75; twfrigaratot $125; Holm
5730-A, Diablo, phone 2-42103.
Personal
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 111Is CRISTOBAL. C.X.
PHONI BALBOA 3709
US Infantry Team
Wins Commendation
For Bolivian Duty
Four "outstanding performance
of duty," four members of the
Infantry Mobile Training team
to La Paz, Bolivia have been cited
by Maj. Gen. Charles L. Dasher,
commanding general, U.S. Army
Caribbean. They 'were also com commended
mended commended by Col. Robert S.,Palmer,
chief of the U.S. Army Mission
to Bolivia, for their exempiary.
gOod Aelations with the Bolivian
people.
The team, composed of lst Lt.
Ralph D. Miller Jungle Warfare
Training Center; Sfc. William J.
Ludena, D Company, lst Battle
Groitp, 20th Infantry; Sfc. Wen Wenceslau
ceslau Wenceslau Torres Rodriguez, C Com Company,
pany, Company, lst Battle Group, 20th In Infantry
fantry Infantry and Sfc. Julio E. Morales,
USARCARIB School completed a
two-month training mission with
the Presidential Escort Regiment
in the use of U. S. arms.
In passineen the thanks of the
regiment's commander, Palmer
said the USARCARrEt soldiers were
superbly trained in their field
addition to having fluency in
Spanish. "Team members were
highly interested and enthusias enthusiastic
tic enthusiastic in their work,' he added, "and
spent many hours outside of the
normal training schedules in,s in,structing
tructing in,structing in small unit tactics.'
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KINGDOM DIRECT
May 29
May 29
TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

Real,,Eitate

FOR SAL1rlate 500 sed 1.000
meters. le the Helve Hiphdrome
Urine 'Mallow scree lite Romeo
Racetrack. All lets with Wrest
fronts. sewage. water main and.
electricity. CaN W. Me Remelt.
Tel. 4-0976.
Miscellaneous
Ladies. You would ho ablo to
have portoct dress made hy
mouton!, oalling when 1293 Cu
rondo.
SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
TV. Radios. 111-91 Transiters
specialist. Ws service all makes
ant models. We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. Tivoli
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905.
Having troubla with your TV,
HI-FI, or Radio? Call U.S. TELE TELEVISION
VISION TELEVISION Customer's satisfaction
Workmanship guarranteed. Fast
Home Sorvice. Phono 1-7607
Panama. 1 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Prefect your home and proper..
ty against Inca damage.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or renthly budget
basis. Telephone Previte Service.
Panama 3-7977 or C4)1011 1777.
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Animals
FOR SA1.1:--1 Mr wld nogl9
simable for children. saddles,
bridles, fish aquarium with fish.
Phone 1591, Colon.
Ho ffa Aide, Union
Members Indicted
On Monopoly Charge
LOS ANGELES (UPI)---A Los
Angeles Teanisters Union local
and four union members, includ including
ing including an aide of Jimmy Hoffa,
were under federal indictment to today
day today on, mnnopoly conspiracy
charges.
The Justice Department sail
after the indictment was returned
by a federal grand jury today
that the ease was one, of the
biggest in its current crackdown
on labor racketeering.
The indictment charged eonspi eonspiracy
racy eonspiracy to monopolize the cxport of
yellow grease, which was de describe?!
scribe?! describe?! by the grand jury as a
"substantial item in foreign com commerce."
merce." commerce." mop
Among those indicted was May Mayer
er Mayer Singer, business agent of the
Los Angeles,Meat and Provision
Drivers Unin, Local 826, of
James 1. Hoffa's International
Brotherhood of Teamsters. The
Uni0110Cal also was indicted.
Singer formerly was a Teams Teamster
ter Teamster organizer in Hawaii. Last
February he invoked the Fifth
Amendment before the Senate
Rackets Committee when called to
testify on alleged extortion hi the
Los Angeles grease rendering
business.
Singer, one of Hoffa's chief
aides, was one of the men Hoffa
recently sent to Puerto Rico to
try to organize the island.
Others named in the indictment
were Lee Taylor, Hubart Brandt,
and Walter Klein.
Bond was fixed at $5,000 for
each of the four men, with ar arraignment
raignment arraignment set for June 8 before
Judge Harry C. Westover.
Conviction on the charges,
Which accuse the four and the un union
ion union local of price fixing and other
violations of the Sherman Anti AntiTrust
Trust AntiTrust Act, could bring a $50,000
fine and one year in jail.
Broadway Play 6oes
On Despite Put
Fire During Duel
NEW YORK (UPI) The show
went on through fire, and flood,
and a dance hall quAn was the
heroine of the afternoon.
The fire broke out in a 'stage
curtain at the Imperial Theatre
during a matinee performance of
'Destry Rides Again.' A capacity
audience of 1,504 persons, mostly
women, saw it.
The heroine, played by Dolores
Gray, and the hero, Andy Grif Griffith,
fith, Griffith, were in, mickluet.
Miss Gray was singing. S h e
nudged- Griffith and went on sing singing
ing singing louder and louder to drown
the noise of stage crewmen and a
fireman fighting the blaze with
hose and hand extinguisher. e
A few women in front row seats
got up to leive. Ushers petsuded
them to resume their item Miss
Gray went on singing.
When the fire wasout, and the
att over, stage manager Leonard
Patrick asked the audience to
leave the theatre during the Inter,
mission.
Scenery was re arranged and
all hand4 mopped the stage, two
inches &eti in water from the
fire hose. The audience was invit invited
ed invited back 42 minutes later, and the
show went on agate

By SAM SHULSKY
Q. I am a widow in my SOs,
with $5,000 insurance and a small
income from these stocks my 'hus 'husband
band 'husband left ine': American Can, A American
merican American Brake Shoe, Bethienem
Steel, Corn Products, Common Commonwealth
wealth Commonwealth Edison; Woolworth a n d
West Penn Electric. I was think thinking
ing thinking of buying preferret' stock
American 'Mom, Public Serv Service,
ice, Service, Midland Ross.. Or''.,should
add to my holdings- orOommtin?
A. This is an excellent!list of
stocks and should niiof be disturb disturbed.
ed. disturbed. If you add any preferreds, Iney
should be convertible preferred'
since you are atilt young enough
to run into,' inflation. Since they
are convertible into common, con convertible
vertible convertible preferreds (and eonverti--
ble debentures, too) offer some
hedge against inflation. I
Here are 4ome examples of con convertible
vertible convertible preferreds: Allis Chalmers
American Airlines, Anderson PM PMch'ard,
ch'ard, PMch'ard, Ashland Oil, Am, Celan Celanese,
ese, Celanese, C. and O., Fedders, Kaiser
Aluminum, P.R. Mallory; ;McLou
Steel, National Distillers, Oliver,
Robertshaw Fuilton, United Aircraft.

Here are some convertible,bonds
you could talk to yotir broker a about:
bout: about: Potomac Electric, t, Phillips
Pete, W.R. Grace, Chanipion Pa Paper,
per, Paper, Boeing, Garrett,- Cotorado
Fuel, Smith-Corona, Olin Mathia Mathiason.
son. Mathiason. Q. We are a Young married
couple with a,,ehild. We feel we
could put $50 into a monthly in investment
vestment investment stock plan and an-additional
$25 into savings. However,
our savings account at this time
is very small. Would you advise
accumulating savings first, and if
so, how much?
A. Savings first, every time. A
young couple with a, child should
have the equivalent of two to
three moMhs' wages, at least, in
cash savings before beginning any
investing. There is no defmile
yardstick, but surelyAbat Would
not be too
After that yott COM begin -the
$50 a month, or $150A.Alutrter,
program, buying mainly growth growth.
. growth. stocks.
Q. A group of eight nr10 house housewivesAll
wivesAll housewivesAll in the 51,0004o $8,000
braOkett and' in the 22 to 38 age
braiket--, want to start ,an invest investment
ment investment club.-- We plan to put in a a,bout
,bout a,bout $10 each a month. Any ini.ori
mation you can give would be;
,helpful. We know little about
'stocks exoept that we'd Mke to
own some.
A. I think it's a good Idea. Try
to get about 15 members or $150
a month. I'm afraid with only $80'
a month ot invest you may go bar-,
ain hunting. That's a lot of fun.
in a, department store baseMent,
but ,it will spell, trouble in semi-.
,
You. In a good slied11y:,
I'nr sure any of the exchange.,
'member firms there would be glad'
to send one down to talk to you
at your first meeting. mid outline
an investment program for- you.,
It should, of course, be aimed at
growth.
As to organization: The, Nation National
al National Association of Investment Clubs,
National Bank Building, Detroit,
has model charters and a lot of
other valuable infOrmation you
can have for the asking.
Margarita Church
To Hold Daily
Vacation School
The Margarita Union Church Is
making detailed plans for exten extensive
sive extensive Daily Vacation Bible School
to be in session June 8 19. Mrs.
William R. Dixon will again be the
director.
The theme for the entire school
is "Following Jesus.' Atlantic side
residents interested in sending.
their children should contact tho
church office immediately.
The Rev. William Livingstone
executive secretary of missions
for the Church of ,GotL in Panama
will be the, guest speafer at 'the
Sunday morning services of the
Margarita Union Church. Living Livingston
ston Livingston has entitled hilt sermon "The
Plus Quality Needed."
Beofre coming t9 his : present'
station Livingston was, a pastor
for his detiominition' in the states
and later a missinary in the West
Indies. He has been active for
number of years in inter-churgh
activities on the Atlantic side.
Ile will speak at both the 9:30
cm.' Coco Solo service and the
11:00 a.m. Margarita service. As Assisting
sisting Assisting in the ministry of hospitali hospitality
ty hospitality will be Mrs,' IL L. Heireand
Mrs. J. E. IrvinVin Margarita
And Mrs. D, at COco
Solo.

--
BARUCH SULOGIZIlin 'DULtIES
KINGSTREE, S.C.
Financier Bernerd M. Bartich
paid a final tribute yesterday
to his long-time friend, John Fop.
ter Dulles. Baruch,. who was ult.
able to attend the funeral, Said,
"if, the spirit which moved so
many milliona of people from
every land tol pay tribute to
John Foster Dillies could be kept
alive around the conference table
at Geneva, their hopes for peace
and patio yould be realized.'

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NEW, YORK, Miny 29 (1.112I)-0
A combination ot week-end eve
ning up operations and the. rise
,s'eaeral Reserve disc oti tat
rates in 'five centers brought Ir.
regularity into the stock market
toasy.
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Advocate- Asbestos
-Alleghany Corp
tAlurninium Ltd
Amer Cyana
Amer Motors
Alnev'Tel and Tel
Anaconda Copper
Arkenas- Fuel
AVCO Xfg
Beth Steel,
Bellinger Con)
Bicroft Uranium
British Pet
Burroughs
Canadian Eagle
Celanese
Cerro de Pasco
Chicago Greit West
Chrysler
Cities Service
Coastal Caribe
Colgate Palmolive
Colorado Fuel
Creole Pet
Crown Cork and Seal
Cuban Venezuelan Oil
Du Pont
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Shriners To Hold
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Ori Sunday night at 7:30 in
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short memorial service. schedul scheduled
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the Memorial Day holiday in !the'
Canal Zone.
Rabbi Nathan Witkin will be
the principal speaker at the an annual
nual annual Shrine Memorial Service,
which program will present the
officers of ,the local group along
with the men's singing,group, the
organisitt- and other individuals
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Temple of the Shrine and speci specifically
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who have died since the preceed preceeding
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smile that has Pelpedillin sell more than 500 of the $1 charity
chances forlhe Navy.Rellet Fund Drive. Already a couple hun
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VIENNA RIPI) A Czech
glider pilot battled adverse- winds
for four hours before succeeding
in crossing into Austria to ask
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After Big Four Plane Trip Sessions

GENEVA, May 29 (UPI)The Big Four foreign ministers today ended a historic
?llying conclave" over the Atlantic during which diplomats believe they speeded an
:interim East-West accord preserving freedom in West Berlin.
Secretary of State Christian Herter and the other ministers landed here at mid midday
day midday after 17 hours sealed together aboard a US Air Force transport from Washing Washing.ton.
.ton. Washing.ton. They were returning to Geneva after attending the funeral of John Foster Dulles.
They found sunny Geneva .basking in a new if cautious optimism that the un un-
- un- ,precendented airborne talks would lead to a fairly prompt agreement on a "stand-still"
113erlin declaration preserving Western rights in the outpost city pending an all-Ger'man
settlement at the Summit.

The ministers today plungod
3rdo round of secret talks
4which Western officials believe
.will produce agreement to hold
As Summit meeting later this
byear.
, The foreign minister s will
bold their first "restricted" ses seslionwithout
lionwithout seslionwithout German advisers,
press officers or 9ther outsiders
:-at British Foreign Secretary
Selwyn Lloyd's villa here.
Ile most that is now expected
tit) merge from the foreign minis ministers'
ters' ministers' conference on the key ques question
tion question of Germany Is a fa ce s aving
interim agreement on Berlin
, Which would satisfy U.S. de demands
mands demands for progress as a preli preliminary
minary preliminary to any session at the
Summit.
President Eisenhower reef reef,firmed
,firmed reef,firmed the American insistence
s on progress at a 30 minute
,meeting with the foreign min minlister'
lister' minlister' in Washinoton yesterday.
An unexpected bonus that may
emerge from the talks here is an
agreement 'to renew East West
diarma ment negotiations, which
broke down in complete failure
b London nearly two years ago.
'American officials say B ussian
FIVeather- Or Not 1
:This weather report for thz 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today lc
prepared by the Meteorologica
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panami Canal Company!
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
-High 89 84
Low 76 77
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HUMIDITY!
93 93
-Loss 63 84
WIND:
; (max. mph) N-11 W-14
RAIN (inches) 0
WATER TEMP:
(Inner harbors) 82 84
LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 83,39
Madden Dam 215.71
BALBOA TIDES
FATURDAY, MAY 30
High
tie Ht.
i a.m 11.0 ft.
i ti.th 12.9 ft.
Time
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'10:49 p.m.
Loin
Time
3:57 a.m.
4:36 p.m.
lit.
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3.3 ft.

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PRICES: 75c. 40c.
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""HE HAPPIEST MOTION PICTURE EVER MADE!

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men were killed and 31 injured. portant agricultrual industry. renorted that the Duke h a d ed on ,the Isthmus by members p,!: ,!: .,,:'''.:;,''...,;!,:irvi'..:::Q: ;.;,:l ,1
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, ate Fontaine coal mine at 8:50 postponing the program for sugar flower how Monday. Two nmog- He had been in ill health .for ,,;1',.:I:RA'::,',t,;:,:4".,..;'.- -,-.:4,..-Ao,
the nation would avoid added un- raphers were drenched. Th. Disk!, ti:,Z,,ik: '..":,,a4,,,Mi::,:.:4 V.::,,:' i:LZ, ,A,,,,,,Aii.SJ, 4
-HE HAPPIEST MOTION PICTURE EVER MADE! a.m. as workers were descend descend,..
,.. descend,.. l ,-- 4 in to seal off the pit 2,180 feet INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI) employment and economic dislo- was renorted to have laughed at capt. Will was a native of As- WATER1Nq PLACE --PretW,'-.
i i: elowg bground. Officials said the The 171st general assembly of the cation. the joke. 1 t kes a dip anti
toria, Long Island, N.Y. He came Sharon Kap an ia t d of in it;1
shaft had beet), ordered closed -- .-
1 i.:s. MARAM -:.; 0 BLAST KILLS TWO more than a year.
w :,,? 7 United Presbyterian Church was ---
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and her bosom companions on record today in favor of birth
against capital punish- COPENHAGEN (UPI) Two ,ir .,r 4
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ment and uncommitted on right- workers were killed and six in- Y' 1923 and served continuously un- :,,,
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to-work laws.
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Foreign Minister Andrei Gromy Gromyko
ko Gromyko showed "more than usual in interest"
terest" interest" in Herter's statement last
week that the United States is
ready tor a new try at disarma disarmament.
ment. disarmament. U.S. experts took advantage of
the recess in the foreign MiniS MiniSters'
ters' MiniSters' talks to prepare papers
summarizing the current Ameri American
can American position on disarmament
anticipation of possible resump-,
!Hon of the talks.
In other issues, such as Ger German
man German reunification and European
security. there appears to be1
no prospect of agreement among
thn foreign ministers.
Negotiations here during the
nast two weeksdescribed by the
French as a "dialogue of the
deaf"have revealed that the'
Unusual Encounfer
With Shark Lands
Fisherman In Gorgas
For the second time this year
n American tuna fisherman is
being treated at Gorgas Hospital
after tangling with sharks, the
deep sea fisherman's dreaded en enemy.
emy. enemy. The injured man is Anthony
Correia, 53, of the tuna clipper
Liberty Bell. While working a
tuna school off Panama's Pacific
coast, Correia was handling a
rig from the stern platform as
usual. A school of sharks was
working the tuna school, for pur purposes
poses purposes somewhat opposed to the
tuna clipper.
At the moment the fisherman
was about to land hooked tu tuna,
na, tuna, a shark leaped for the cap captive
tive captive fish, but instead of getting
the fish the shark's laws cies ciesed
ed ciesed on Correia's arm.
Two erewmates quickly killed
the shark, then pried loose the
jaws to release the wounded
man's arm. Seeking emergency
aid, the Liberty Bell put m at
Mensabe where he was transfer
red to La Tablas Hospital. Infec Infection
tion Infection complications prompted the
local agent, R. C. Wersley, to ar arrange
range arrange private air transportation
for the injured seaman, and Co Correia
rreia Correia was flown to Panama City.
Subsequent arrangements were
made for hiS admission to Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas Hospital, where he is re recovering
covering recovering from the effects of
deep lacerations.
Earlier this year a tuna fisher fisherman's
man's fisherman's legit; were lacerated in an
encounter with sharks Off the
Galapagos Islands. An Air Force
mercy plane returned him to the
Canal Zone for medical treat treatment.
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differences between East and
West are so .great the'y cannot
be settled snort of the Summit,
if there.
Canal Budget Group
To Comb Operating,
Capital Proorams
The annual review of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Compapy's operating
and capital programs will be held
next week by the Budget and Fin Finance
ance Finance Committee of the Board of
Directors.
Members of the committee and
other Comoany officials are ar arriving
riving arriving this -weekend to attend the
meetings which will begin Mon Monday
day Monday morning in the Beard RGOM
of the Administration Building.
Meetings are scheduled to conti continue
nue continue through Tuesday and possibly
on Wednesday.-
Those arriving for the sessions
are George H. Roderick, chair: 'Ian
of the. board; Maj. Gen. Glen E.
Edgerton, Mon H., Cake, Robert
P, Burroughs, and Charles S. Reed
,directors; and W. M. Whitman,
secretary.
Members of the Budget and Fin Finance
ance Finance Committee are Cake, Bur Burroughs,
roughs, Burroughs, Edgerton and Howard C.
Petersen. Petersen will be unable
to attend the meeting although he
had originally scheduled the trip.
The committe will review both
the operating budget of the Canal
Company for the coming fiscal
year and for F.Y. 1961. It also will
consider the capital program pro proponed
poned proponed for both years.
A 'field trip to inspect some M
the sites of the major improve improvement
ment improvement projects has been scheduled
for the directors during their vi visit.
sit. visit. Company officers and Canal of officials
ficials officials on the Isthmus who will at attend
tend attend the Committee meetings in include
clude include Gov. W. h. Potter, resid resident;
ent; resident; Lt. Gov. John D. McElheny,
vice president; Philip L. Sfeers,
Jr., comptroller: Lt. Col. R. D.
Brown, Jr.. engineering and con construction
struction construction director; and Thomas
E. Burrow, acting ch,ef of the exe executive
cutive executive plannini- staff.
Most of the groun will arrive
Sunday afternoon by Rpecial mill millt,rv
t,rv millt,rv ninne. elite and Reed are to
arrive by commercial plane to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Onsion Poptl
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METZ. France May 29 MN)
An extension rinned through a
condemned coal mine at nearby
Merlebach today. Heavy loss of
life was feared.
First, unofficial reports said 16
men were killed and 31 injured.
The blast occurred in the Sen Senate
ate Senate Fontaine coal mine at 8:50
a.m. as workers were descend descendin
in descendin to seal off the pit 2,180 feet
elowg bground. Officials said the
shaft had been. ordered closed
because it contained a dangerous
amoun tof "fire damp" and car carbon
bon carbon monoxide.
The blast caused a tremendous
amount of rubble. As it was re removed,
moved, removed, the extent of the trage tragedy
dy tragedy began to grow clear.
Emergency services of the en entire
tire entire area were thrown into the'
rescue operations.
Depaiting General
To Be Honored
By 11-Gun Salute

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LONDON (UPI) Mme. Nina
Dmitriev, 35, a Soviet diploma,'s
wife who aseaped to freedom with
her flva-year-old daughter, Lena,
bid today from the secret agents
she outwitted while the British
government studied her appeal
for asylum.
Asylum is granted almost auto automatically
matically automatically in most cases.
Her husband, Capt. Aleksandr
Dmitriev, the assistant Soviet na naval
val naval attache, was returned to Mos Moscow
cow Moscow late yesterday by sectuity
agents aboard a Russian jet.
There were two empty seats
for the mother and daughter.
Madame Dmitriev apparently
eluded the Soviet agent, Saturday
after they had seized her husband
a long-time London'resident. She
fled to the home of White Rus Russian
sian Russian friends. Later she formally
requested asylum.
There were conflicting reports
of the cloak-and-dagger case. But
a spokesman for the Home Of.
fice said early today, ."Mme.
Dmitriev has asked that she and
her daughter, Lena, be allowed to
stay in this country and their ap application
plication application is being considered."
Dmitriev, who bad served In
London since World War II and
returned here in September with
his wife and daughter, was rc rcrtrted
rtrted rcrtrted seized by security agents
Saturday in the apartment the
Soviet embassy has rented for
14 years.
Mme. Dmitriev and her
daughter fled shortly afterward,
taking neither hat nor coat nor
luggage.
Capt. Dmitriev was escorted to
a Soviet airliner. A British of official
ficial official at the airport asked 'Ding 'Dingriev
riev 'Dingriev if he wished to remain in
England and he answered: "I wish
to leave for Moscow."
Tropical Hurricane
Arlene, Following
Old Audrey Pattern
NEW ORLEANS, La., May 29
(UPI)-- Arlene, the' first tropical
strom of the spring season, began
lashing the coast of Louisiana ear early
ly early today with gusts up to 35 mph.
Residents along the coast, still
remembering t h e devastation
wrought by hurricane Audrey two
years ago, were battening down
for the expected blow.
The weather bureau reported
Arlene was 200 miles southeast of
New Orleans and moving north northwest
west northwest toward southern Louisiana
and Mississippi at 12 to 15 miles
an hour.
'The storm was gaining in size
and in intensity as it moved in
from the Gulf of Mexico. Winds
of 40 to 50 miles an hour were
expected today along the Gulf
Coast.
Gusts up to 35 miles an hour
wl-ipped the small town of Burr Burrwood,
wood, Burrwood, La. early today. the weather,
bureau here said sea would be
rough and tides two to four feet
above normal.
Gale Warnings have been hoist hoisted
ed hoisted from- Morgan City, La., to Pas Pascagoula,
cagoula, Pascagoula, Miss., and small craft
for Sabine, Tex., to St. Marks,
Fla., have been warned to stay
'n port.
PresiMerians Pass
New Peso !dons
171st Assembly
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI)
The 17Ist general assembly of the
United Presbyterian Church was
on record today in favor of birth
control, against capital punish punishment
ment punishment and uncommitted on rightto-work
laws.
In resolutions passed today
t h e churchmen urged repeal
of laws prohibiting the availabil availability
ity availability of means and information on
nlanned parenthood and the aboli abolition
tion abolition of the death penalty but let
stand, at least temporarily, a con controversial
troversial controversial resolution on labor re relations.
lations. relations. The resolution on birth control
expressed a belief that Christian
marital sex is not "an evil which
needs to be justified by something
else, as for example, by the pro procreation
creation procreation of children. ."
The assembly also urged Pres Presbyterians
byterians Presbyterians to "work for the aboli abolition
tion abolition of the death penalty in their
resoective states.'
ne assembly srpent much of its
time debating the right-to-work
action which stated in part,
"union membership as a basis of
continued employment should be
neither required nor forbidden bY
law."
The debate ended when a mo motion,
tion, motion, by John F. Williams, head
of the Indianapolis presbytery,
was carried. The motion struck
from the record part of a .resolu .resolution
tion .resolution saying "the restriction of col collective
lective collective bargaining" was "detri "detrimental
mental "detrimental to labor-management cooperation."

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Disappearance of the woman
and child was disclosed when the
Soviet embassy asked for help in
locating them and said they had
disappeared instead. of going to a
Soviet embassy coatry retreat
for the week end.
Four Dimes Have
Separate Plans
For 251h Birthday
MONTREAL (UPI) Three
housewives and a nurse all
famed from birth celebrate
their 25th birthdays today sepa separately.
rately. separately. The four surviving Dionne quin quintuplets,
tuplets, quintuplets, estimattd to be worth a to
tal of more than one, million dol dollars,
lars, dollars, planned quiet observances.
Annette, Cecile and Marie are
married. Annette has a sevenmonth-old
boy and Cecile is the
mother of an eight-month-old boy.
Yvonne is a nurse. The fifth
quint, Emilie, died in 1954.
The sisters visit with each other
occasionally, and telephone each
other almost every day.
Germain Allard, Annette's hus husband
band husband and a finance cmpany ex executive,
ecutive, executive, told Unite?! Press Inter International
national International that each of the girls
would celebrate separately.
"Annette and I plan to cele celebrate
brate celebrate with some very close friends
and Cecile and her husband, Phi Philippe
lippe Philippe Langlois, win do the same
'-hing. Yvonne also plans to spend
the day with some close friends,
and Marie's husband, Florian
vlule, plans to take her out some somewhere
where somewhere special for dinner," he said.
Allard said the girls probably
would drop in on each other dur during
ing during the day. But he said "there
is definitely no big party or any anying
ing anying special planned,' and none
of their family from Callander,
Ontario, was expected to travel
here.
"If anyone comes, it will be a
Surprise to all of us, "Allard
said.
Castro Post ',ones
For A Year Plans
ror Shgar Reform
HAVANA, May 29 (UPI)---Prime
Minister Fidel Castro, fearful of
crippling Cuba's economy, has de decided
cided decided to postpone for a year his
plan to carve up large holdings of
sugar lands.
The decision, announced last
night by Labor Minister Manuel
Fernandez Garcia, came 10 days
after the Castro government had
moved to introduce a sweeping
land reform program.
Fernandez Garcia mentioned on only
ly only sugar lands in announcing the
Postponement. But the action was
certain to bolster tobacco farm farmers
ers farmers and other landowners in their
battle against the reform program
Castro publicly stated last week,
in the face of criticism both at
home and abroad, that he would
not change the program in any
way.
Fernandez Garcia said Castro
subsequently beca me convinced
that the Cuban economy would gain
a badly needed half million extra
tons of sugar if the land reform
program were not applied imme immediately
diately immediately to the nation's most im important
portant important agricullrual industry.
He said Castro hoped that by
postponing the program for sugar
the nation would avoid added un unemployment
employment unemployment and economic dislo dislocation.
cation. dislocation. BLAST KILLS TWO
COPENHAGEN (UPI) Two
workers were killed and six in injured
jured injured yesterday in the explosion
of a melting furnace at Den Denmark's
mark's Denmark's only steel mill, Siemes
Martin. Officials theorized that an
unexploded shell or other explo explosive
sive explosive might have been among the
strap iron being melted down.
NO GIMP, NO DRAWL-II
When Dennis Weaver first came
to Hollywood, he was envi envistoned
stoned envistoned as another Jimmy Stew-,1
art, How did he end up? As
gimping, drawling Chester,
tr.
twOid "Gunsmoke. He Doi
sorry. It's good money. 1!

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900,
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A spokesman for the Ameri American
can American Federation of State, County
And Municipal Employes, AFL AFLCIO
CIO AFLCIO announced that the first
AFSCME labor training insti institute
tute institute has cpmpleted its present
course of study.
The labor institute, sponsored
by the International Union for
officers and members of Locals
900 and ROI, conducted an
eight-eession course, covering
union structure and operation
both at the local, and interna international
tional international levels, the responsioility
of the officers to the iank-artifile
and the responsibility of
the ran-and-file to the officers.
The institute also dealt with
its members' role in national
politics in the Republic of Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, the structure and opera operation
tion operation of the International Labor
Organization at Geneva, Swit Switzerland,
zerland, Switzerland, and a number of other
subjects the workers should
know about in order to protect
themselves on the job and take
advantage ot their rights its em employes
ployes employes of the United States
Government In the Canal Zone.
Harold W. WilliamS, legisla legislative
tive legislative representative for Local
NO; Jose de la Rosa Castillo C.,
Nurses Lodge Plans
Maliagement Course
To Rad Thursday
The AFGE Lodge 1805, compos composed
ed composed of professional registered
nurses in the Canal Zone, will
sponsor a workshop in war .man .management,
agement, .management, starting next, Thursday
at 7:30 p.m. in the Panama Ca Canal'
nal' Canal' Company's Training Center,
Building, 0602, Corozo Street in
Balboa.
Mrs. Alma Tracy, Nursing Con Consultant
sultant Consultant in the point Four Pro Program
gram Program in Panama will be the in instructor.
structor. instructor. The course, a senior'
college subject, will consist of 12
two-hour sessions. The main pur-.
pose of the course is to intensi intensify
fy intensify understanding of nursing re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility for patients and the
overall management of nursing
and non-professional personnel in
a nursing unit.
Attendance at the course will
be limited to 24. Twelve invita invitations
tions invitations have been extended l to nurs nurses
es nurses employed in a surpervisory
capacity at the-ward level.
Certificates of participation will
be provided by the Personnel Bu Bureau
reau Bureau of the Panama Canal Com Company
pany Company and awarded to those com completing
pleting completing the course.
More than 24 nurses have reg registered
istered registered for the workshop. The
lodge is planning to repeat the
coiirse in the fall.
A registration fee of $5 is the
only cost to each participant.
R-Year Old Terror
Put Prol-otion
For Seven Crimes
LONDON (UPI)Two news newspapers
papers newspapers yesterday refused to ac accept
cept accept a, virtually unprecedented
palace denial that the Duke of
Edinburgh doused two photogra photographers
phers photographers with a water sprinkler.
"I still believe the Duke dun dunnit,"
nit," dunnit," said a front page! story in
the Daily Herald.
The Daily Sketch also chal challenged
lenged challenged Buckinhatn Palace under
the headline: "Who diql press the
botton down?"
Vi'rtually every newspaper had
reported that the Duke h a d
Pressed the enrinkler hotton at a
flower how Monday. Two phtog phtographers
raphers phtographers were drenched. 111. Du kl
UM reported to have laughed at
the joke.
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adviser to:Local ,907r:;-Ailstides t"Atlantic,'.stcli membere',AS
Wilson Pinzon,''executivez board close out the Institute at a' gen-
member of, the InterrAMerican eral assembly scheduled' to hsr
Regional Organization (Mork- held at the Rainbow- City Gynr'
era, (ORITII EdselWOng Sam, next .Thursday ...night, also at' 4.
die, Labor, Attache 'for Panama 1:30.
in Washingtonc,D.O4Roland A. -
Dean, field representative for eMembers have partic,W
Local 900; Hesketh Minnot, sec- Dated in at least aix of' the
retary for Local '907 and Wil- eight sessions will be award,ort-',.
liam H. Sintlair, international special certificates of participx:
representative for the American Wm.
Federation of State, County and
,
Municipal -Employes, AFL-C1.0 Edsel Wong Samudio hu ac.
were the Instructors and speak- cepted ,an invitation, to addrest;
ers at the sessions held on both the cloaing -ceremonies on both
sides of the isthmus, sides of the Isthmus.' The,certr.
The closing ceremony of the monies will be opened to a ,,'
institute will be held Wednes- workers of the Canal COmpany-1,
day nigh at 7:30, at Local 900'$ GOvernment and the thpec!,
headquarters In Anton, for branches of the Armed Fords;
members on the Pacific side. in the Canal Zone. 04
Sen. Wiley Calls For Ca inet:),
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WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen. their tune., 3 he said. "The3,
Alexander Wiley (R-Wis.) called still talking about the a
ultimaki
yesterday for creation of a cab- and inevitable success of Cott( :,
'net-level council to strengthen munism, but they tell us thatibt
tihe nation's forces on the world- at least .for the time beingtheil
wide "third front' of economic are not going to bring it aboutly:.
competition with Communism. political coups or military forget ,1,'
Wiley, senior Republican mem- "Instead they ire going to ry;.'
ber of the Senate Foreign Rela- and get the uncommitted ,yeti'd't
tions Committee, said a shift in and our own children and gralidot.
cold war emphasis was coming. children over to their side by tol
He said attention would be divert- wiling them -with more- econonitet econoniteted
ed econoniteted from political and military advantages than can be attaiiiWZ
maneuvering and center on t h e under capitalism...we must lyres!:
economic front. pare to meet this coining chilla,
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council for security and progrress ---- 3.
would be headed by the president. . ; : ,,,
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of the treasury, labor, and com- 4,,:le'''''.' ','-','''.','''''- ''',,,,,- ',:''', :r,
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averaging about 3 per cent 3! .--- ..:,..,..i': ,,,..,.....,,.. : tr.t.4-, ,,,
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increase in total output over a ,.:-,5. 4:3f...,....,,i4,,L A ,... :. 1:.';o: .,t,;.....
half-century. But Wiley said a ;;'-'1,1,,,..,,,,...:,,,,,,r'''-illi:,:',,t1'.
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Fernm Canal Pilot,
DI In ton Island
Capt. William tw Will, retired
Panama Canal pilot and head of
well known Canal Zone fami family,
ly, family, died yesterday morning in
Fresh Meadows, Long Island.
He was 77 years old.
News, of his death was receiv received
ed received on 'the Isthmus by members
of his family on the Atlantic side.
He had been in ill health .for
more than a year.
Capt. Will was a native of As Astoria,
toria, Astoria, Long Island, N.Y. He came
lo the Isthmus in February 1916
as a master with the Dredging
Division. He 'became a pilot in
1923 and served continuously un until
til until his retirement in May 1943.
He ,is survived by his wife;
three sons, Charles, of Redwood
City, Calif., Raymond, who is
harbormaster in Cristobal, and
Howard, an employe in the Main Maintenance
tenance Maintenance Division in Cristobal;
and 10 grandchildren.
e two sons living In the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone left IP0 nictt for serv services,
ices, services, which will be held Monday
on Long Island.
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