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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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MANAGUA, Nicaragua, Ain 6 (UPI)--Gen. Anastasio
Somoza said last night government troops had "pinpointed"
a rebel invasion force which landed in Nicaragua this'week
and thatli was "just a.matter of time" before the in

surgents were 'finished.
Somoza, commander-in-chief of the Nicaraguan arm armed
ed armed forces and brother of President Luis Somoza, conceded
that the rebels were well hidden, both in the Santo Tomas
and the Olama areas where they made separate airborne
landings Sunday and Monday.
But he said two rebels Captured yesterday in the
plains of Olarna revealed their confederates had 'only three
day? supply of food and little ammunition, In addition.
SOMOVI, said, the rebels' movements were being hampered
by tropical rains which fell in the last two weeks.

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Somoza said the rebels were
getting no cooperation from the
few Inhabitants of the areas in
which they landed. But he said
that some Nicaraguan residents residentspossibly
possibly residentspossibly 25 to 30 may have bed
the invaders st a predetermined
rendezvous.- ,,
, The general', said tile prisoners
taken yesterday revealed that
Cubans were their, invasion
force, as well as a DOMilliCan and
i Costa, Rican. They said the Cos Costa
ta Costa Akan was killed in skirmish'
L. with govertunent forces.?
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. int. ister, p Wel -testre-Aroahod ,offe
' 'of Cuba: Palikipts
1,,,,tial in the tfisereguals' revolt;
At the same time, howevori
of irlthilated 1,meral support' of thee'
rebels and redined the
, Poeta fell of President Someze'w
Nicaragnis rebel leaders in Cuba
Were underway ',with a fund
raising 'campaign to help finanee
the revolt.' The campaign was or ordered
dered ordered by repel chief' Enrique La Lacey
cey Lacey Fallen of Costa Ricm?

'vestigating committee ,- -was to
'remain in Washington to receive
turthet information t en the
) ,welopments ,in Nicaragua from
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Robert M, Lindsay, vice presl presl:dent
:dent presl:dent and Pacific coast manager
'of the Co Nielson Corp, will
,,be guest speaker. at the American
Public Relations Association's
monthly meeting to be held TuesA
day noon at El panama
Rotel.
" Ills talk will be based on Niel Nielson'a
son'a Nielson'a servicel and methods stressing-marketing
research.
The Nielson Corp. was origin originally
ally originally formed to iurnish competip,
, tive brand information to the
4 food and rug industry. Studies
rating radio listernship later ex ex,panded
,panded ex,panded -to include televudon-Avere
begun in 1932, and today, services
of Nielson are- rendered in 1
countries in addition to the U.S.
Principal Nielson offices are
gated in New York, Chicago, and
Satt rrancisco with ofielt offices
;both overseas and each of tha 41
, states. Clients of dill vast
research company include 111141111-1
,facturers, agencies, snit radio, tel-1
;ovision networki., 4, ,,
Lindsay is scheduled' to give a
, ,,two week seminar' dealing with
',',4'Sales 'Activity and Selling' Pro Pro.'
.' Pro.' ,'.ceduree Arrangements for
meminar were made by ,the In In.
. In. Austria! Development DpartMent
' tr.E. anthwill begin on June'
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Invasion'. May
Clarify Role
ja
Played, by U'A
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' VASMNTON,4tine S ,(UPI
VA. Officials xpressed hopet
the Nicarattia4,,ineldin6, Wett4
,clarify 'gthe roleof that Organiza4
Sion isf the American States fOASI
in dealing witfs hemispheric dia.
turbances.
They were especially hopeful it
would spell out.'0AS' functions in
case& involving both internal and
external factors.

raising 'campaign to nem IIPRIUM external factors. ,
the revolt.'The campaign was or- The.: officials said the 'United
&red by' repel chief' Enriquo La- States Noted to invoke the Rio
eayo Fallen of Costa BicaL Pact in ttie Nicaraguan case be beAccording.
According. beAccording. to General mom
., cause, it was interested in seeing
NI latest combat informayam the validity of the Rio Padt main.,
showed three national guardsn!en tained.
and ,two rebels killed, including The officials said they realized
the Costa Rica, for a total of five that 111 voting for the Nicaraguan
dead. In addition. two Nicara- appeal for CrAS action the United'
guan Air Force pilots' were killed
,,),,t1 States might be open to charges'
accidentall 'wile!' theY eras- that it supported the Nicaraguan,
while on patrol. government.
Somoza saki there wits moth. But the officials said the Unit Uniting
ing Uniting now concerning reports that ed States felt that in the last a attire
ttire attire rebel- schooners Were bo nalysis it had to view the Ni
ing sent from Cube with rein- raguen situation in the light of
fercoments for the rebels. How-, whether its territorial Integrity
over, the eovernment was Inv's. hod been violated.
Heating vessel. off Cape Gra. Ins the Nicaraguan situation, the
, alas on the Atlantic ,ceast. officials said, it was clear that
, , II. sttnetr A ffninst Nicaraeua

Somoza siqd there witS nob- But the officials said the Unit Uniting
ing Uniting new concerning reports that ed States felt that in -the last a attire
ttire attire rebel- schooners were be nalysis it had to view the Ni
Ins sent front Cuba .with raguan situation in the light of
forcemonta for the rebels. How. whether its territorial integrity
ever, the government was hives., hod been violated.
floating vessel. eff Cape Gra. In' the Nicaraguan situation, the
, cies en the Atlantic ,casst, officials said, it was clear that
,
The general promised that vs the attack against Nicaragua
was organized outside the coon.
, government woidd cooperate with
trY and supported by non-Nicara.
the Organization of American
iltates (OEM in its recoMmen- gunn elements as well. At the
dations,concerning the revolt but San" time there was an internal
would, not ator its ,,tr000s, from uprising in the nation. r
pursuing the rebels. He said no The officials said they feated
,contact, hat been made with the that the Nicaraguan situation
Insurgents but added "we have might get worse if action was not
them pinointed.'! taken and then the OAS would be
(In, Washmgton; tbit,oks blamed for having failed to act.
vestigatmg committee .-iwas to, Own

Patio Builder Digs
For Stones, Finds FindsBones
Bones FindsBones In Bockvoid

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NASHWILE, Tenn. (UPI) The
Tom Logans aren't sure, but tbrY
believe there's a dinosaur in 'the
backyard.
Logan, excavating to build a
patio, dug up a 2,000 pound stone
that looked very strange. "When I
saw that thing," said Mrs. Logan,
"I said 'that's not a rock, that's
an animal' ."
, n bac bead like a dinosaur,
iomplete with eyes, ears and a
-nose. "It's got a perfect spinal
column," added Felix Conn, a
stone 13111S011.
The Logans called off their
work project for a few days, hop hoping
ing hoping that lin expert will come to
examine their find. ,,,

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Federal Court Tells Atlanta

reaerat Lour!. tens Anama:
Desegregate Public Schools

ATLANTA WI II) A two-judgel
ATIANIA ktifit) A two-jadge
federal courc yesterday oruereu AL ALIanta
Ianta ALIanta to usegregate its public
scnools "wiuuu a reasonable
time."
toe court sviiftly issued a de decree
cree decree granung an mjunction to Isle Islegro
gro Islegro plaunius against discrimina discriminauon
uon discriminauon m admitting pupils to 'moo's
here on tne bass ot race or color.
Ana it told tne defendant city
scnool. board' to present an inte integration
gration integration plan that "will to cis.
enintuate" against Negroes.
No specific date was set, but the'
COLWE Anstructed that tne integra integration
tion integration plan be presented "within a
reasonaole time." The city served
notice of appeal Immediately.
Rearing oi the historic Atlanta
school case took only one day,
and the decree was handed down
shortly after the hearing was con.
eluded.,
At the outset, the court held it,
is "bound" 'by, ILL ,S ikPt ni 0
pourt-decisione4o bold school .se,,
olgtA1
ti, !:,Attilitiomerktitu
nova 1 J !: '''. 4 '.b., t,i
- Itince pu be ichools in the,GeotH
lin 4apital are segregated byl
race, the:court said, in effeett,, the
only (petition wait when inlegra
tion "MISS begin. It said in that pre preliminary;
liminary; preliminary; ruhng that this dicit not
necessarily rnean that it would or order
der order racial mixing in the class
rooms immediatelyor by th e
start of the i959-60 term next Sep Sep,tember.
,tember. Sep,tember. -s,
Georgia lawrprovides for clos closing
ing closing of schools immediately upon
',court orders to integrate.

HAD NO dHOICE
Observers telt the full impact of
the ruling yesterday would not be
felt possiole until 1961, allowingl
-time for a full course of appeals.
Judges Boyd Sloan and Frank
;Hooper made ,clear prior to hear hearing
ing hearing testimony ,and arguments they
could do pottling but grant the de de,segregation
,segregation de,segregation injunction asked by
'the 10 Negro plaintiffs.
The plamtiffs', request, A class
action on. behelf,Pf all Negro citi citiMs
Ms citiMs of Atlanta, was for-an in injunction
junction injunction against operation of At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta schools on a segregated bas basis,'
is,' basis,' and against refusal hy the city
board of education to admit Ne Negroes
groes Negroes to certain schools solely be because
cause because of race or color.
Over plaintiffs' objections, the
court permitted ,Bee. James C,
Davis (D-Ga.) to teltify'lok the
defense that when schools, in the
District of Coihmbia :were inte integrated
grated integrated there was a 'serious let letdown
down letdown in atandards 'of 'hehavior,
discipline and 'opportunity pf pu pupilo
pilo pupilo to learn,
, TELLS OF FIGHTS
Davis said D'0,4-4 -,Columbia
teachera told of fights,,stabbings
beatings, sox and de-,
struction of school property in the
Wake of desegregation and that
there was a large-scalc migration
of the white population out of the
district.
Defense efforts at .,the hearing'
were directed largely at showing
the pattern of school segregatiln
in Atlanta is by Choice, and has
not been ordered officially hy' the
'defendant school board.
Hooper, however, issued t h e
court's preliminary ruling based
upon the act hat the Public
schools here are segregated.

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, By PRANK 1lLEAZIER Mrs. Griffith,' arguinent Seemed has a -similar bill, said, in the
' to be that we tet up they,Agricul- 'next generation, this is the biggest
WAiHINGTON (11PI)--A House Jure Department years ago to help problem we'll have to face."
Government Operations subcom- rout the country, fellow," and now Brown said from the way farm farmmittee
mittee farmmittee warconsidering setting up ise've pretty. near ,,,helped him ers are singing the blueil be could
a new department of urbiculture, titan out. with the 'result that 70 not see that the Agriculture De Deand
and Deand what Rep. Clarence Brown (R- per cent of our people ars, living In potment had exactly solved the
Ohio) wanted, to know was whether town. ,', farm problem, despite spending
thie meant plans were afoot These city follu new lire harass- billions 'of dollars,' BroWn was
plow under some city dwellers. led by too many cars ,and no :place right, Mrs. Griffith allowed, and
According to Rep. Martha-W. to park; too much seWage and too' that't why we better pass ,her bill
Griffithli (D-Mich.) author of one little water, too many people and in htirry.
of number,of proposals to create tot enough houses. too few schools "Under the present farm
this krtespIrgency, that vesn't the and too many slums, and by so gram,",she said, ever so trieetly,
idea 4,, at ell. Neither rigs kt her many h other, crises sh said it's "ill the farmers are soon going to
plan, apparently had time we set up a government de- be in the cities."
muspectedi, to- pay window box pertinent to try to help figure the Brown let that one' go, by and
'farmers ,for not raising onions, to- answers. ' aid he bet Congress originally
matoest.and parsley. ,1 Rep. Albert Rains (D-Als.), who never suspected tbe Agriculture

Violence Erupts In Ciudad Trujillo

As Batista Followers Picket's Embassy

CIUDAD TRWILLO, June 0
(UPI) Refugee followers of for former
mer former Cuban. dictator Fulgencio
Batista attacked the Cuban Em Embassy
bassy Embassy here last night to climax a
day of violence that left two per persons
sons persons dead and one wounded.
The refugees gained entrance
to the embassy building, wreck wreckled
led wreckled some of the furniture and tried
to set a fire. Police finallY
. eject ejected
ed ejected them.
The action itaestarted off with,
the Batista group simply picket-
ing the' embass with protest
signs.' A shot bleb patio '',, said
iwns-fisaddront4tngidgi Aheanium Aheaniumlit'
lit' Aheaniumlit' one of the' pleitett z410
ntalea ., MartirterOin 0 lt,iy
mounding him. That sparktplo
assault
, Gonzalos Artily's ,:;, died a
,short tin', tato An the hospital.
He was the. third casualty in
-a day for violence between mem'. 1
bort; of the' large Cuban cote.
ny bore and officials of tho Fi Fidot
dot Fidot Castro govornment.T
Earlier, two Cuban diplomats,
Mario Rivas Patterson and Juna
Jose Real, exchanged fire with
three refugees in the federal re reserve
serve reserve bank lobby. A seven-yearold
Dominican boy, Ovidio -Mendez,
the son of an attorney, was
fatally wounded in the cross fire.
One of the refugees, Luis' Perez
Villavizenso, was shot but surviv survived.
ed. survived. Patterson and Del real sur surrendered
rendered surrendered their weapons to Domi
nican authorities but refused to
answer questions about the in incident
cident incident on grounds of diplomatic
immunity. ,... ,'"
The Cuban government tit Ha Havana
vana Havana reported that the two diplo diplomats
mats diplomats had been attacked In the

CAPT. WILLIAM C. HUGHES JR.
.arrivad on the Zone this week to
succeed Capt. Warner 4 Rodi.
mon as Marino Director of the
Panama Canal Company.Ho was
accompanied by' his. ,Wife and
thior son Capt. and Mrt. !Wi !Winton
nton !Winton and their sod will 'ion fate
next week for the States on Ms
Panama linor Cristobal.

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morning as liey were leaving
their office. A format protest
was lodged with the Dominican
charge d'affaires in Havana.
It was the bank shootings that
prompted the refugees to stage
their protest at the Cuban Elm
bassy later in the day.

Formr Locks
Supennlendant
,
ples,b,:Steles
: Lr,
Aft(etlaiinctriOrick";14; who
retired In 1945 as superintendent0
the Pacific Locks, died yesterday
at Raliegh, N.C., it has been
learned here. He had been:in ill
health for some time.
Born in Littleton, N.C., he came
to Panama in November, 1912, as
a foreman with the Isthmian Ca Canal
nal Canal Commission. He joiued Pie For Fortifications
tifications Fortifications Division in '19,14', and in
1916 transferred to lock operations.
He rose to the position of assistant
Superintendent of the Paci fic
Locks, to which he was appointed
in 1942, and in. January, 1945, he
was named Superintendent.
A prominetn Mason, Mr. Myrick
was a leading member of the Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel Union Church. He also
was well-knwon in golfing and fish fishing
ing fishing circles. He was among the
founders of the present-day Suitt Suittmit
mit Suittmit Golf Club.

He is survived by his wife, who
lives in Raleigh.

Plenty Of Twenty
Celebrated Today
By Army's Hicks

Twenty it is today.
Lt. Col. Tom Hicks, the Army's
Caribbean Command public in information
formation information officer, today completed
20 years as a commissioned offi officer,
cer, officer, is working oira news story a about
bout about the 20th Infantry and his age
is twice-20.

He graduated from Nebraska
Vniversity 20 years ago today, has
been married 20 years and his
parents have 20 grandchildren.
His son, Tom, a member of the
class of thrice-20, started a 20-mile
hike this morning on the Las Cru Cruces
ces Cruces Trail, he lives at quarters 22.
His wife, Eleanor, offered to help
by buying a 20-dollar dress.

Guess what number he's playing
on the lottery. By special dispen dispensation
sation dispensation of the editor, this item will
be permitted for today only to end
in-20.

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P.thithitut.:SOop.....,..Ctii0Mocin Poughi4for Dilly, Bab-Le.'s

Department would wind up paying
farmers for what they don't grow.
He said if we create a new secre secretary
tary secretary of urbiculturet mightn't he
wind up solving the water shortage
by paying city folks not to take
baths?
"Everybody else is paying subsi subsidies,"
dies," subsidies," Brown said. "So maybe he'll
pay ipeople not 'to have babies, or
not to drink water."
Rep. Dante Fascell
who wants to create a study com commission
mission commission on city problems instead
of a new government department.
suggested helpfully ;' maybe Mrs.
Griffiths' secretary of urban af affairs
fairs affairs could just pay eity folks to
move out of town.,

DA's Appeal
Keeps Gringo
In RP Jail

Two Student leaders and an
American, businessman art among
a group of five persons who re remained
mained remained in jail today although their
release had been ordered by Judge
Abe lardo A. Herrera of the Fifth
Circuit Court.

The students Humberto Brugiat Brugiatti
ti Brugiatti and Bias Boise Calderon, Amer American
ican American James. N. Flynn, Orlando de
la Guardia and Mrs. Ebertilda
Gonzalez were forced to remain
under arrest when District Attor Attorney
ney Attorney Dario Sandoval appealed the
judgment handed down by Herrera
yesterday.

Herrera ruled that there were
not sufficient grounds for holding
the four men and the woman, who
are allegedly implicated in the re recent
cent recent disturbances in Panama.

Herrera also denied Sandoval's
request to consider the Panama Panamanians
nians Panamanians who allegedly plotted the in invasion
vasion invasion of Panama by a band of 89
Cubans as traitors and ruled that
the case should remain under the
jurisdiction of the circuit courts.
Herrera also ruled that Sandoval
should include in the files of the
case copies of any agreement be between
tween between Panama and the Organiza Organization
tion Organization of American States or between
Panama Mid Cuba with regard to
last,t,,!kprtyg?mpie4 :1!Iyasio!.
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Aliforce 10' Prob.
,
Mystery 01 Bomber
Abandoned in Desert

WIESBADEN, Germany (UPI)
Air Force investigators today
planned an expedition into the
heart of the Libyan desert to the
spot where an American World
War II bomber has lain
untouched and forgotten for 16
years.
Damaged but intact, the B24
Liberator bomber was discovered
recently by an oil company geo geological
logical geological team near the Oasis of
Kufra some 380 miles south of
Benghazi. It is fully visible on the
hard-nacked sands where, one day
in 1943, it glided in for a belly
landing, reasons unknown.
Unknown also is the fate of the
the crew, a mystery investigators
hope to solve.
FIight gear and clothing still
hang in their normal places in inside
side inside the airplane. Guns and am ammunition
munition ammunition are untouched as are
papers and logbooks.
The plane's maintenance lug,
which was one of the objects sal salvaged
vaged salvaged by the geological team,
shows that the:four-engine bomb bomber
er bomber was based near Benghazi and
that it probably arrived from the
United States only a short time
before it went down.

Cuban Diplomat
Unhurt After
Attack In Haiti

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, June
6 (UPI) Cuban ambassador
Antonio Rodriguez Echazabal's
automobile was riddled by ma machinegun
chinegun machinegun bullets today but the
diplomat escaped unhurt.
Men in two automobiles at attacked
tacked attacked Rodriguez' car. A pas passenger,
senger, passenger, Celestino Fernandez, di directot,
rectot, directot, of the Sugar Pension
Fund,' was shot in the arm and
the ambassador's driver was
shot in the head and stomach.

Brown said some people he
knows are getting that smart on
their own.
Rep, Robert R. Barry (R-N.Y.)
told the subcommittee, "I want to
say a word in support of Mr.
Rains' proposal, and in the next
breath knock it down."
What Barry Meant, it developed,
was that it rained here night be before
fore before last, and the traffic was Aw Awful,
ful, Awful, It took him so long getting
home from the office he and ittq
daughter missed her graduadon.
But that didn't mean he favored a
new federal agency. He said cities
have to solve these things for themselves.

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City Folks

GENEVA, June 6 (UPI) The Big Four, conference
ground to a standstill today and western delgates
it was up to Soviet Premier Nikita Khryshchev to crack
the stalemate over terms of a Berlin truce if he' still wants
a Summit conference.
High allied officials said Soviet Foreign Minister
Andrei Gromyko obviously is marking time now while he
awaits fresh orders from the Kremlin on hovi to deakvith
specific western proposals for an "interim" agreement on
the city.
Western delegates believed the nevoinstructions
might not come until Khrushchev has put fin a propa propaganda
ganda propaganda show with 17 top officials of the Communist East
German regime who will arrive Monday inMoscow.

The Soviet premier is expected
to use the occasion to dramatize
the increased stature which the
Communists claim East Germany
has gained as a result of Russia's
success in securing a conference
seat for it.
Yesterday Secretary, of State
Christian A. Herter charged that
the,. East Ger,man pommunists
Win 7atiii,ed more thatk';00,000
d 40.13riner's tor, achteve
,40nm ete inirtitrowo'f'ef. freedom
in West Berlin, West Germany and'
the free countries beyond. K
Herter coupled his teething in indictment
dictment indictment of East Germany at the
foreign ministers conference with
the declaration that Russia's plan
to turn West Berlin into a "free ci city"
ty" city" is a bold attempt to gain what
the Reds could not achieve with
their 1948-49 Berlin blockade.
His 40 minute speech at yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's semi-public sessions of the
ministers was the West's answer to
Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A.
Gromyko's charges of Western
spying and subversion in West Berlin.

It also represented a major
Western bid to break the sudden
Soviet freeze at the conference,
which apparently was ordered by
tho Kremlin while Khrushchev
plots new strategy.
Herter presented data from
Western counter-intelligence agen agencies
cies agencies to paint a picture of an East
Germany dedicated to the proposi

Bureau 01 Budget
Employs New York
Firm For Analysis

The manavintat consultant firm
of Drake, Startzman, Sheahan and
'Barclay of New York has been
employed by the Bureau of the
Budget to nv;ke a study and pre pretare
tare pretare a report on the Panama Line
operations.
The scope of the study will in include
clude include an analvsis of passenger traf traffic,
fic, traffic, cargo trends, terminal facili facilities
ties facilities and transportation require requirements
ments requirements ot the Canal organization
and other government agencies in
this area, it was reported in the
current issue of the Panama Canal
Review.
Personnel of the consultant firm
are to be stationed first in the New
York office of the Panama Line.
Later they will visit the Isthmus
and also spend some tinae in Hip.

Atlantic Congress
Delegates Pitting
Forces vsForces
, LONDON. Itme''ti ---(11RtlTwo
top American delegates to the
semi-official Atlantic Congress to today
day today joined a growing drive to
pit the-Atlantic,,Pact's econt.mic
night against world-, P3111MtiniSM
Sens. Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.)
and Jacob davits (11-N.Y..) told
United Press International that
the pact must be reshaped into
more than a military alliance
Their statements followed in introduction
troduction introduction of a petition propos proposing
ing proposing a larger economic role for
the pact and stronger political
ties brtween its members.
Roth lenators, supported Mans
'er pooling the resources of tne
nisei nRtions to hein under-de
der-developed countries Withstand
communism's economic offensive.

tion of undermining and eubverting
vast areas of the-free
Herter said that in East Germ'.
ny alone it was "reliably estimat.
ed'' that 26,000 Officers and 200,000
agents and informers are operating,
against "West Berlin and' the Fe&
eral Republic of Germany
countries beyond, including Scant
asi Berlin
'ken autiversioti,L4 kidnapinr;
spying' and numerous other hostile."
'activities" aft designed te,promote
the "complete overthrow' of free.
dom in West Berlin and West.Cer West.Cermany.
many. West.Cermany. ;
He war armed with thislecordt
, :Omt hundred and three kidnap kidnapings
ings kidnapings of West Berliners in At(years.,
Hiring of spies in West,,,Berlin,
by agents Of East German,, RUB.
sia, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hun,
gary, Rumania and
All these tountries have agente
workini in West Berlin;
Steady agitation and infiltra.
tion of the West German Soda
Democrat Party, trade unions, stu student
dent student and sports organizations.
Underground activities of the
illegal Communist Party in West
Germany, guided and financed
from East Berlin.
Gromyko, speaking after Her Herter
ter Herter concluded, said he had an
"even longer list" of charges a
gainst West Berlin. Then he
changed the subject and went
back to his originaland fro.
quently rejected German plan
that would keep East and West
Germany permanently-divided.
Herter said he was reluctant Olt
bring up the chargee but that ft
was necessary to put on the record
the facts.
He broke down his figures and
charged that the 13,000.member
"ministry for state security" in
East Berlin is the "basic" espion espionage
age espionage and subversive agency.
Among other agencies, the SOO.
member "foreign sectorintelli sectorintelliRenee"
Renee" sectorintelliRenee" bureau of this agency tries
to "recruit espionage agents in the
West," Herter said.
He said its "counter-intelligence"
agency of 62,000 members uses an
"infamous informer system," and
specializes in druggings,
ings and otherwise coercing ref.
gees back to East Berlin and cer certain
tain certain arrest.
H e r ter appealed strongly Jo
Gromyko to understand that Rua.
sia is respobsible to the world in
the Geneva negotiations for a set settlement
tlement settlement of the Berlin crisis.
Gromyko blandly went back to
the origt, Western package plan
already Lcted by the Kremlin
and askk, ',rification of three
points. He',411,; Oe needed more
details on renutiv,,41on of the use
of force, a peaceih. settlement of,
disputes and defining areas where ;
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GENEVA, June 6 (UPI) The Big Four conference
and thatit was "just a.matter of time" before the in- Abelardo A. Herrera of the Fifth
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aground to a standstill today and western del!g tes sold-
' surgents were 'finished. ;
tit was u t Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush hev a crack ,,
Somoza, commander,in-chief of the Nicaraguan arm- Desegregate Public SCh The students Humberto Brugiat Brugiat0
0 Brugiat0 0 S ti and Bias Boise Calderon, Amer-
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that the robils were well hidden, both in the Santo Tomas
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class of thrice-20, started a 20-mile Antonio Rodriguez Echazabal's current issue of the Panama canal ..., 1.,,Follamir 1U LIM worm Irg
tlement of the Berlin crisis.
an animal", the Geneva negotiations for a set- '
. :dent and Pacific cosist manager 1 Defense effort3 at ,the hearing CAPT. WILLIAM C. HUGHES JR. hike this morning on the Las Cru- automobile was riddled by ma- Review. ..
, 'ef the 'A. Co Nielson Corp, will ) n bac nead like a dinosaur, were directed largely at showing .arrived 011 the Zone this week to ces Trail, he lives at quarters 22. ehinegun bullets today but the Personnel of the consultant firm
4 4 .be guest speaker. at the American ioMplet With eYes, ears and a the pattern of school segregatiln succeed Capt. Warner S4 Rodi- His wife, Eleanor, offered to help diplomat escaped unhurt. are to be stationed first in the New
Lcted by the Kremlin ''.' ,'"
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) ,,Public.,' Relations Association's -nose. 'It's got a Perfeet sPinal in Atlanta la by choice, and has mon as Marino Director', of the by buying a 20-dollar dress. Men in two automobiles at- York office of the Panama Line. the origt i. Western package plan
and &ski., ',rification of three ,,t i
',' monthly meeting to be held Tues), telumn," added Felix Conn, a not been ordered officially by' the l, Panama Canal Company.He was tacked Rodriguez' car. A pas, Later they will visit the Isthmus --alreadn
day noon at El pattern& Hilton stone 13111S011. defendant echool board. accompanied by' hir ,Wife and Guess what number he's playing senger, Celestino Fernandez, di- and also spend some time in Ilititi.
Hotel. , The Logans e a II e d off their Hooper, however, issued t h e thier son Capt. and Mil. Midi- on the lottery. By special dispen- rector, of the Sugar Pension points. He'v...; be needed more ' ,)
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)' son's lerricel and methods stress- ing that, lin expert will come to upon the act hat the public next week for the States on the be permitted for today only to end the ambassador's driver was of force, a peacet& settlement of 0,
i ,inginarketing research. examine their find. ,,.' schools here are segregated. Panama liner Cristobal. in-20. shot in the head and stomach. ,, disputes and defining areas where .'
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, begun le 1932, and today services ,,,, By PRANK SLEAZIER , Mrs. Griffith,' argutnent 'seemed hag a -similar bill, ; ,n,
said,,, in the Department would wind up, paying Brown said some peoPle he semi-official Atlantic) Congress to to,
, to, of Nielson are- rendered in 1 ' '''' ''' to be that we act up thcAgricul- next generation, this is the biggest farmers for what they don t grow. knows are getting that smart on day joined a growing drive to
, countries in addition to the U.S. 'WASHINGTON (UPI)-4 House ture Department years ago to help problem we'll have to face." He said if we create a new secre- their own. pit the-, Atiantic,,Paet's econ,,mic
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, 1 Principal Nielson offices are to. Government Operations subcom- eut the country. fellow, and now Brown said from the way farm- tary of urbiculture, mightn't he Rep, Robert R. Barry (II,N.Y.) night against world-, eommunism.
borne Division plunged to,,hill '':
i' gated in ,New York, Chicago, and mittee warconsidering setting up ve've pretty,, near ,),belped him ers are singine the bluely be could wind up solving the water shortage told the subcommittee, "I want to Sens. Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.)
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' Sae rranclace with ,,Iield, offices a neW. deeartment of urbieulture, titan out, with die 'result that 70 not see that the Agriculture De- by paying city folks not to take say a word in support of Mr. and Jacob Javits (ft-N,Y,) told
Rains' proposal, and in the next United Press International that
, ;both overseas and each of the 48 and what Rep. Clarence Brown (R- per cent of our peophi ar, living in pertment had exactly solved the baths?
, , U.S. states. diente of thia )vast Ohio) wanted, to know was whether town. ,', .',,,,, -,4,-),',, N. farm problem, despite, spending "Everybody else is paying subsi- breeth knock it down." the pact must be reshaped Into open Friday durinu a mese sir ,..,
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,facturers, ageecies sue radio, tel. ploW under some citY dwellers. '' 'e, by too Intuit etre and 110 :Place right, Mrs. Griffith allowed, and pay People not 'to have babies, or What Barry Meant, it developed, Their statements followed In- games,. ,' , ,,,,.,,,, v .4..
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,, 7, Lindsat ls scheduled to give s Griffithis (D-Mich.),, author of one little water, too many'peeple and in 0 berry. 0 Rep. Dante Faseell (D-Fla.). fore last, and the traffic was Aw- ing a larger economic role for Paratroopers were injured hi, the ,',, ',
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. ,f meminar were made by ,the In- plan, ,' is,,,Beciwn apparently had time we set up a government de- be in the cities." ',, ,,.v ' suggested helpfull ) maybe Mrs. But that didn't mean he favored a 'er pooling the resources of tne and legs, . 1 ,,,,, ,..,:iL'
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4 WHAT GOES WITH THE WEST BANK.
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If the lateness of this bridge conti act on the West Bank ap apvroaches
vroaches apvroaches uoesn t make any unierence. why was there all the big
ouild-up last December about wnat a rush. iob it was going to be?
',-, When the contract was let and the silver spades tiew, we were
told it was important for the earth to be packed during the dry sea seapackod
packod seapackod hard then it would have lots of time to settle during
the rainy season before the foundation word was scheduled.
7 Why all the pep talk then, if it doesn't matter now?
And what at about the East Bank contract? Work there seems
te have simmered down too.
More Than Curious.

SALES STORE PRIVILEGES

Air:
,1r; For whom is the Army commissary? One can't tell any for all
the civilians ahopping at the Sales Store. Not only government em employes
ployes employes there are too many Pan Canal wives shopping at the Sales
Store atm, How ceme Pan Canal wives whose husbands work for the
:Dalai and make more money than anyone on the Zone need Sales
Store privileges? I imagine the Balboa Commissary is going to make
la lot less sales if all these civilians are to have this privilege.
, The Canal Zone is a civilian paradise. The civilians have the
Ithoice of eoming to the Zone. They get 2504, overseas pay. plus
tight differential for those working nights. They have Commissary
$rivileges and PI. privileges, but is that enough for the Pan Canal
employcs and civilians? Oh no. Now they get Army Sales Store
- Take the GI. who has to shop at the Army commissary. He gets
just barely S21)00 a year. Does he get overseas pay. Yes. but com compare
pare compare the figures with civilians The G.I. get $20 a month overseas
PaY, and some get less. Does the GI get the choice of going over overseas?
seas? overseas? He has to go where he is told to go no choice whatever. Now
take the difference in housing. Who gets the best and cheapest
11011gilig certainly not the G.I., who has to pay $97 a month.
can't understand why we- G.1.'s can't get 250'. overseas dif differential
ferential differential when wc're overseas. just like civilians. We have to be
prepared for war at all time. ready to fight for our country and all
civilians. Yet who gets all the privileges. Now they are getting
Artily Sales' Store nrivileges.
I always thought this WEIS one of our privileges, but no longer.
Now it's a civilian nrivilege.
Some one, sbould look into this situation. I for one will write my
congressman If all G.I.'s get together we can get, something done
or even get the 25 percent overseas differential. No harm in trying, is
there?

Regular G.I.

! GIVE BACK THE CANAL
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-"I''s hss bsen on my mind for a long time. Neither am I a poll44,,Y-..4
NeitheT, I ITt I a statesman such as those that are praised so
lim:-Iv yet I Jo haw an actual workable idea how to solve all Ant Antkat
kat Antkat 70rnandes' (Mail Box Jan. 16) problems as to this man Flood.
ti I have no realOn to belittle this beautiful and even very desira desiraile
ile desiraile country. My years here have been enjoyable and anpreciated,
ven though my salary blibeen less and'I've paid for a house that
absil never own, in spit of the 25 per cent, 4,-- ;
Here's the idea: a bel eve in it) A r s
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shall never own, in spit of o 2,S per cent.A
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The US should retdrn the whole Canal tack to the government
; om which they borrowed the right of way. But first they should,,
;r
.
t pe r; f.ymtihres ffloolriposwisnhgo
Uld. definitely go to Aquilino Boyd.
0-
41 2. Petro Miguel to Harmodio Arosemena
k'l
3. Gatun to Dikenes Alberto Pino.
Y, 4. Both twelve-mile limits should go to Colombia. the government
Irbil the United States cheated out of this beaotiful Isthmus.
11 Fernandez is absolutely correct in saying that Panama is no
nger the mosquito jungle that it once was. It's woroe't since the
ke administration cut down on the Gorgas idea of fighting ,the in inIects
Iects inIects and diaease.
Now I realize that I have not the high-sounding words that you
ave used against poor old fat Flood and old gracious Uncle Sam,
$ut I'm sure that if this very brilliant idea is carried through, that
Couis Sommer will never need worry about finishing the west bank
3pproach, because under this system it would take only approxi approxilonately
lonately approxilonately three years, and you could drive any of those chivas right
'cross the Canal anywhere.
: It should also be stipulated in this new treaty that the United
4tates shall leave not one US citizen in Panama. nor one American
Aollar. except those Millinlif4 that they have already thrown to the
Ahipping compinies and to the Panamanian government for the priv privilege
ilege privilege of being hated.
.,
it Treaty Monger
IPS: Give the two man-made lakes to the Indians from' whom the
:Spanish bled the whole continent.
;LI T. M.
e
X,
o SEEKING HOMES FOR PETS
iSir:
'0, Public response in aiding the local chapter of the Society For
Irevention of Cruelty to Animals has been most gratifying and the
proceeds from the Pet and Horse Show held May 3, 1959 at the Bal Bal:boa
:boa Bal:boa Stadium gave the association a working fund to help care for
4gbandoned or abused animals.
. However since the Society does not have its own facilities, the
iiexpense of caring for unowned pets can ioon mount up. It is hoped
;that by bringing to the public's attention. from time to time, the
'Animals the association is caring for, perhaps homes my be found
for them.
",, The following animals are available at present:
0 1 very friendly brown and white short-haired small terrier-like fe;
3nale dog.
: 1 handsome smoky gray full-grown male cat.
6 1 very pretty full-grown tiger female cat.
. I pretty white mother cat with orange ,marking with one two twonnonth
nnonth twonnonth old white kitten also marked with orange.: '
: 1 four-month old gray female cat -;c, 1-,,'",'; -.,:,:-.-
.1 1 full-grown black and white spraed fetuile'cat. ''
: 3 four-week old tiger kittens.
. If anyone can find a place in their heart and home for any of
-the above, please cill Mrs. Berta Lewis, Curundu 5113.

Mrs. Ellin E. Bai toy
Board Member

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Labor News
And
COMMellif4' 1
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By VICTOR RIESEC RIESECThere
There RIESECThere are lesser degrees of Hof Hoffaism.
faism. Hoffaism. Ali of them are obtainable
summa cum lauele by proving that
you can spit squarely in the face
of the lawano jeeringly ge: a away
way away with it. I have for you, for
grim example, the case of
Singer, leader of a small Los An Angeles
geles Angeles Teamster local of meat and
provision drivers.
There are McClellan Committee
records that state this tough avm
the strong arm circles of old New
York not too long ago called in a
West Coast businessman and ord ordered
ered ordered him to do something illegal.
After saying that it was against
the law all right, Singer, accord according
ing according to this testimony, snapped,
"You could go to the McClellan
Committee and you can go to the
Dept. of Justice, and you can go
to the Los Angeles Police Dept.,
and you can go to the Los Ange Angeles
les Angeles Sheriff's Dept., and it 40111
do you any good..."
This use of Hoffa's code of arms
helped Mike Singer earn his for fortuneand
tuneand fortuneand I mei:n fortune--
he moved his muscle from Man Manhattan's
hattan's Manhattan's canyons to Los Angeles'
arroyos. Singer whipped into shape
a small union of peddlers wno
make the rounds of the back
doors of restaurants and hotel
kitchens. They buy meat wastes
for pennies. This they 1411 to pro processors.
cessors. processors. In turn, the rendered fat
is then sold in bulk to the big soap
manufacturers, which makes this
a million-dolar-a-year business in
Los Angeles.
Singer literally lived off the fat
of the land. It is charged that he
was so powerful he told restaur restaurants
ants restaurants and hotels to whom toey
could sell their stuff and for how,
much.
Singer also had the power, the
McClellan Committee testimony in indicates,
dicates, indicates, to order men out ol busi business
ness business for any length of time his
whimsy dictated and I mean dic dictated.
tated. dictated. This he would' do regularly.
He would simply say to a man you
cannot do business in this field for
15 days or in some cases for six
months. That was it.
One of those whom Singer is
charged with putting out of busi business
ness business was an Army veteran. 'lite
young man just had to quit en..

trying, is I ''""6 mast jun nau LO quit en enIttrely.
Ittrely. enIttrely. r G.I. Fascina ting thing about this
Teamster Local 626-B is the fact
1 that it is made uo of men who

-mat it is made up of men who
work for themselves. There are 40
of them who drive their own Mall
trucks. They pick up the slop
from rear doors of kitchens. They
tote the barrels by themselves
Then they try to peddle the staff
to the rendering firms,
They are really self-employed.
their OW,Il boeses., But
Sittetft the'itlidwetrAiPaAiloot
ic
Teamsters and. Jimmie ,',',Hofta's
, personal consultation,,l, said they
' had tolorm a union end partlues.
They did.
That local might cost James Hof HofI
I HofI fa his empire. It might not but
it could. For it is the first local
and its leaders are the first Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters to be indicted under an anti antitrust
trust antitrust action in recent years.
That's Why this was so detailedly
discussed at the Teamster execu executive
tive executive board meeting in Washington.
The specific charge Is conspir conspiring
ing conspiring to monopolize the grease
rendering business in the Les
Angeles area. Under the anti antitrust
trust antitrust criminal procoedings,
brought by the newest crusader,
the Justice Dept.'s Robert Ricks
a man to watch, every convict convicted
ed convicted Teamster, is liable for one
year in ial: and-or a MAO fine
on each count. Furthermore, the
union can be dissolved.
This is just the beginning. Bick's
anti-trust division is moving swift swiftly.
ly. swiftly. It took only three months to
indict Singer. Now Birks is pres pressing
sing pressing for an early trial.
There a,re at least a score more
such anti-trust units probing into
the Teamsters. right now. At
least three more indictments are
expected shortly. One probably

DAILY
MEDITATION

(Prosentod by tho Dapartment
of Christian Education ef the
Episcopal Church in the Mit.
sionary Dioceso of the. Panama
Canal Zone.)

LIVING UPSIDE DOWN

"Woo unto them that call evil'
good, and good evil. .that put
hitter for swoot, and moot for
.bitterl"
Isaiah answers the question he
bad asked ,in the song, "Why did
the vineyard yield wild grapesr
The men of Judah do not knout
any better. They put bad for
good, sour grapes fOr swag I.
They had lostitheir sense f taste.
', Thia is man-Made cleverness
which cannotlise above the level
of Ms paw-desires. So values be become
come become inverted.-Morality becomes
a chameleon which takes its COW
from the human situation. There
are no longer clear:cut blacks and
Whites but theu get mixed up and
i
com out as tell-tale grays. Any Anythin
thin Anythin which seems to work and to
get y is,"right."
But it does not really work.
The ultimate product of such phi philosophy
losophy philosophy is the wild grapes of the
Song. Who do we see the break breakdown
down breakdown of integrity in governmcnt,
the collpase of the honor system
in school or college? Why is there
moral bankruptcy in the lives of
people who seem to have every everything
thing everything to live for
God has given us a standard for
living. To turn away from Him is
to turn life upside down.

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Tut irtirfiA'AstriticAN AN INDM'ENDLPNT DATLY NEwsrna

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Walter Winchell In New York

IMAN ABOUT TOWN
King Baudoin of Belgium and
0;oebbie Reynolds had no dates
here because the Belgian Embas Embassy
sy Embassy persuaded him not to see her
or any movie actress. "You can
cmly get the worst of it from the
press" they warned Franchot
Tone's latest excitement is artists'
model Gina LaVerne Ingrid
Bergman will await ,the baby on
an island off Sweden owned by
groom Lars Schmidt. To keep the
nosy newspaper people at a dis distance...Union
tance...Union distance...Union chief David Dubin Dubinsky,
sky, Dubinsky, whose execs have been beat beaten
en beaten by hoodlums, is under a spe special
cial special police guard 24 hours a day
...Edith Chrysler, widow of the
motor car heir?, and William Carr
aro mak4ng ,ittta steady thing
more Ekbeeretio. date Walter'
,Chiairt (forinetAva Gardner beau beaumance)
mance) beaumance) has to share her with
T.7 .5. singer Jimmie Davis, thrush thrushing
ing thrushing in London...Mrs. Rolm Barry Barrymore,
more, Barrymore, Jr. (Cara Williams, an Os Oscar
car Oscar loser) renorts reconciliation
is not likely. Her two black eyes,
she insicts, came from an acci accident
dent accident in the shower.

"Les Ballets Africafins" took In
143,000 in one week at Washing Washington
ton Washington where the hw let the gals in
the show appear without bras.
New York and Chicago, being so
recoectoble, maia them cover up
The Francis Mayers are go goP2rt
P2rt goP2rt shorminp. 1-Ter kinsms
Frank Crowninshield, founded Va

1
in Texas, the other two in the!
m id west.
What has been overlooked by
the public is the Justice Dept.'s
anti-trust division's disdain for
Jim Hoffa's dedicated disdain.
Note these days, for exampl".
Mike Singer was indicted on anti antitrust
trust antitrust violations on May 27. That
was exactly eight days after Jim
Hoff& warned that he would call
a germal strike across the !awl if
anti-trust action was written into
new labor laws. Well, this is anti.
trust action. And soon it will
reach the Teamsters' topside.

o --
nity Fair, a pie mag, sorely
missed... Gregory Peck's screamfor-help:
"As an actor I can't
make money after $200,000 a
year"...The extras in his films,
whd rarely work two weeks in
SUCCS9.10,11, will weep for him
The Brass Rail is negotiating for
the entire ground floor of the
Getty Bldg at Madison and 62st,
...Restaurateur Armando is retir-1
ing after 25 years in biz ...The
neXt Town and Country mag cov cover
er cover girl is Antonella Bechi-Piaggio.
She will become the bride of Um Umberto
berto Umberto Agnelli of the Fiat family
June 15th.

................

The late great Broadway star
Grace George's granddaughter,
Barbara ,Brady, was married to
ctit
Fit) etse, Wagner hot, flames
phis afff., at !Tryon' Ni C.- a
fegi eks ago. The bride's moth mothe
e mothe ,as actress Katherine Alex Alexan
an Alexan r... Edwina MnIqueen, Arthur
Murray tutor, marries her pupil,
lawyer Lkiyd McGowan, June 14th
...Ty Power will be seen in "So-.
lomon and Sheba" In some of the
long-shot battle scenes ... Enoch
Johnson, political power in Jer Jersey,
sey, Jersey, expects a Presidential par pardon
don pardon for tax evasion in 1942. If he
gets it he will return to the poli political
tical political arena in '60 and run for
Mayor of Atlantic City. Pals say
he 'cannot lose' in Atlantic Coun County...Dan
ty...Dan County...Dan James has a piece about
lime meg coming out in the June
ipsue of Progressive. Three oth other
er other liberal mags found it "too hot
to handle."
The "Gypsv" management kne.wi

Ethel Merman had a clause in
her contrRct stating "no perform performance
ance performance June 3rd" so she could fiy
to Colorado and w itne as her
daughter's graduation. Why then
did they sell the brokerages du.
cats for that night? The brokers
are busy apologia'ng to patrons
and refunding their money...Mod.
els who never worked for the
Harry Conover (Candy Jones) ;a ;agency
gency ;agency Ire puttleo
boy friends until they "get paid"
Evelyn Ray, a dancer w'th the

Music Hall Rockettes for ten
years, is mending at New York
Bosp from major surgery... Mrs.
S. Unger of the Hutton's restaur restaurant
ant restaurant clan is in Divorceville, Maxi Maxico...The
co...The Maxico...The recent Mrs. Marlon Bran Brando
do Brando has come out from the shad shadows
ows shadows and is dating a handsome
medic named Dr. Sheldon Deutch
..."Ilais41 In The Sun," a first
effori, is getting a better call at
brokers (5 to 1) than ,"Sweet
Bird."

r Bud Abbott (and Costello) told
the front pages he is broke and
- that "all my pals have run out
r since the booze stopped flowing."
, Well, Bud, that's Show-Boozeness
) Seat neighbors say Gypsy Rose
s Lee wept throughout the premiere
i of, "Gypsy",,,,Mortyo ,Craft rec
- cording 4 firm chief, and model
- Eleanor Jacobeck were sealed in
r Miami Beach -It's a oon for the
, Bunker Jenkins. Pop is co:produc co:producer
er co:producer of ,"MIA Twain Tonight"
, Stripper Bunny Russell chucked
her G-string and is new a hair
stylist at Larry Mathews' salon
in Times SquareDorethy Arnold,
the-former Mrs. J. Di-Maggio,
o and Don Dryer (wealthy turf
man) are ow-aring that wen wen.
. wen. known silly grin...CBS got 4 mil mil,
, mil, lion for the dropped "Sgt. Enke
series to be' synd;catel in 63 ci ci,
, ci, ties...It's e boy for the Arthur
Mirtallos (prop. of LaScala res restaurant)
taurant) restaurant) at St. Vincent's hosp
Rumor: That the Yankeel would
like to buy Paul Richards, mgr.
of the Baltimore team.
Frank Costello comes up before
the parole board soon. His job in
the Atlanta pep is checking oth
ey lemates1 work-tools in and out
...Publicist Maria Trombone has
gotten over Sandrv ("Gypsy")
Church's chill. His new interest
is Adrienne 'Regent of the "Des "Destry".
try". "Destry". show Sound-alikes: l'Ive
Come Of Age" and Tchaikowski's
5th Symphony, .... Concert pianist
Philippa ISchuyler and Count
d'Entrmont are a nightly coo coosome
some coosome at Quo Vadia...Boston Red
Sox hurler. Billy Hoeft while.here
'also pitcheici at show-gal Marsha
Rivers A. duet at Bon, Vivant
Headline. ',1.1Italtian, Opera SA a r
Charged, With Beitag Nude" ,A
bare-a-tnne? WNEW's Safety
First campaign incluies sueh pa-
pigrame 'oeitt o:'11Itsickless Drivers
are not, Survivors" ..;"Take it ea-1
ay. Don't be a mereery next Ment Mentory'
ory' Mentory' next Memorial Day"..."Eve Day"..."Evez7
z7 Day"..."Evez7 cer is! conVertible. It can
be' turned Inte- a hearse"r-We like
our own:, "Speed is for Jetsnot
Jerks."
,Ilattter from Arthur Godfrey:-
"Dear Walterf I've had a dozen
requests lately to start an Arthur
Godfrey ,cancer research project.
To all of which I replied: 'Nuts.
whaddaye think I've been Secret Secretary
ary Secretary of ths Damon Runyon 'Can 'Cancer
cer 'Cancer Rind for all these years?' It
would do,your heart good to bear
how, ninch the Runyon Fund vmrk
hes .been. praised by the medics
with whorn have had many con- 1
terentes. They all say we have
the 'best adviaory board system
in the country.
"I have a thought for you. No
one knowitinor'e than I how much
flowers' Speen to a patient in the ;
hospitaL''oNot Orr the first or sec- r
ond clay; ,levvinsekes, 'while 'he's
to, groggy,he can't see 'But on
the, thirof end lceirth 'or 'tenth and
twentieth ,day. That's -when he r
needs,-them, 'Watching fresh' blos-
somilauret Into bloom ts pure
joy, even ,.to. a well man id hi
gitrde0;'.704' 'bedridden invalid, it
le Ater' testaity. '''''
t' k1On tbeother handos, I Ihtnk
Plat thoae 'who, cvotti a f f r A it
shouldn't 'Peed S20 worth.' ,,,Thev
Amid 'toed 110 in,orth awl 0.,,check
for ten te the, Runyon Cancer
FundAld don't be afraid to let
the, Patient know about, it,
maketc him proud to think he's
I small part, of it.
"I've always been prowl tolein I

KING'S SADNESS

MIIEMNPINE,NENNII1

King Baudoniji of the Belgians
, didn't know this as he stood shak shaking
ing shaking hands. Nor did the crowd mil mil,
, mil, ling in the Embassy know why he
looked shy, almost a little sad.,
Most of them did not realize
that his mother, the beautiful
Queen Astrid, had been killed in
an 'auto accident when he was five;
that his fattier had been takei to
Germany by Hitler when he avas
ten; and that after the war his
father was subjected to bitter cri cri,ticism
,ticism cri,ticism frornAhe people be. was
iltrpooseCto, rule-A-first,'- 'because
he had surrendered to Hitler, sec-,
ond, because he took as his second
wife a commoner,
When the criticism became too
intense. his father adbicatel. Bau Baudouin
douin Baudouin became King of -the Bel-1
glans. He was only 21. He had
itrown up in a crucible of suffer suffering.
ing. suffering. Even as he toured the USA, in inyou
you inyou and Dan Parker in signing
those checks to those institutions
elected by our advisory board.
T,ittle (lid T dream that one dy
I too would be victimized by the
horrible stuff. never needed to
be told about the value of re research.
search. research. and have always been
pleased to da what I could to help
raise necessary funds,

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,''',.7 i .,-- ''' ', ,, -,1 ie' et ---4,--,,, 4- ,- r: t 0, -,, t'' .' j; 'F! .--..- r :
, wAeltINGToist, --Baing a king' specting everything from '' &tome
in tau mouern day na -eemocre- testing grounes to the Grine 11,44-,.:':
cies, press con,erence., hod Bina- yen, wore came that critical sub-
ly' Leto luncneons la no easy. job. OM Diked. inlielg.um demanded
Especially- it'l not ,easy -,woen that lusIather muve MIA Many. :.
you're only 29 years old and have el pa,ace oecause of his menace
never taken. an 'official, trip ;.: out- over ins eon, theriiing; ",--.-. -2
, ,
side your country. 4 ,',,, ,,r '''' 'Such is the power 01 Albite!. In
' However, the coast-tkeastlour thee days ot modern' Europeen
otthe young King of thelielgiant,' royaltp -' --'''' '-',4-.. 1-4-1--.4" '-',.'e ,'
just. terminated, beld beta Jessons 4 '. ',A , -., ,. ';'ft::0,-,,, 4,
and bighlights for die '' USA.,...--, -4 AMERICAN ARIETOCRAC,I,
-King Baudouin's visit Is i bit -- - ..' ,,,,,: .,",,,,, ,, ,,'''
different. front- that of ,ble- fa- Touring 'the USA, yonnejeing
mous grandfa:her, King, P Albert, Baudouin, showed his, ,own ;- do-
who with bis consort came to New mocracy,' .also rubbed shotdders
York -during- the distre,asinc-days with American, industrial Arista Aristaof
of Aristaof World War 1 Chiefly remember cracye .?-:..-- ',' ',. -,.--
ed from that visit is Mayor John For the' first time 'hi hiclife ba
H y 1 a n's famous ,remark:"You bele ,:pross cenferences, addres-
said a moutittur,- Queen!" ., led huge crowd; of people,Most
King Baudoinir visit began In kilfil,nen't do this.' ,-I
Washington in the Belgian Embas- In -.Washington, accepthig ono onosy
sy onosy weere he stood tall, bandome, rary membership in thel'Boy N,
and very much alone. - -----4' Scouts- of -Amerie..a, he- toleC,ner.
One by one, beredaled diplo- vous :Scout Robert Singleton;
mats, full-uniformed officers, and "Give ine your lefeehand.'I'm' a
jeweled dowagers steppee up to Boy Scout too and I know Old I
shake hands. Shyly he greeted know thr proper shake."
them. ---- "Your honor,' 'asked the, Ani Ani1
1 Ani1 -There was eomething a 'bit in- erican' scout,'pulling some coins
congruous in the scene; Here was from his pocket.,"Are these red
a scion of Euriipean royalty which Belgian coins?"
through the years bad become
one was from the Belgian Congo,
The king examined them, laid
demotratic, surrounded by re reother
other reother from Belgiurd.
Presentatiees of American. demo demoScouts'
Scouts' demoScouts' and their benefactor,
carraftyocrwaatn;et.ing tr, become -more tile accepted a tie; 4.frem, the
Garfield Kass, the supermarket
There was alai, when Benjamin Bo'
builder, but wanted to, be sure it
Franklin and Thomas Jefferson,
was a new flag with the 49th star
appearing ,in the royal courts of
Euroote refused' to wear uniforms,
for- Maska. It wag. 'z,..'',
inserted a provision in the U.S.
Constitution Mit medals could not In Detroit, King Bandouli not
lines but dined with the firet mo mobe'
be' mobe' accepted. .,,,, only inspected auto assembly
toriamily of Americathe Henry
But at the Belgian Embassy tbe
other evening medals glittered on
Fordt.
almost every bossom ''
stooi was symbolic of son of the strait-laced, abstem abstemEven
Even abstemEven the embassy in 010 Henry Ford II was host, greed
the King
a backyard machine shop into one
ions old mechanic who had built
what can happen when Americans
yearn for arietecracv and 'wealth.
di.. of the industrial wonder, of the
It was built by Ray Bake, N
'Young Ford, unlike his grand grandworld.
world. grandworld.
reetor of the mint under Woodrow
father, was so ebullient later In
Wilsoni who married Delphiee
Dodge; the topper heiress. It pass passthe
the passthe evening that One Belgian lady
left him on the dance' f1001.. :
ed on t Mrs.. Edward T.-!--Stotes
bury, widow of the Drexel,'Biddle
banker in Philadelphia, whose took .the king on a personal totir
Next morning, however, Ferd
of his plant, gave him one of. the
estate passed it on to the Belgian
Government when inheritance
taxes ate up family fortunes. first rides in the new Ford small

testing grountis to the Gunn Cstit-,,
YOn, word came that critical sub subJects
Jects subJects Dacia initeigium demanded
that Ina-lather move 110111 Me my.
al paiace,oecause of his miluence
over ins eon, theaiing.
'Such Is the power ol ubjects ja
these days ot modern' European
royaltp --e
4 -y
AMERICAN AlliSTOCIAC4
, Touring the USA, yonne, King
Baudouin, showed ,own do-
mocracy,' ,also rubbed shotdders
with American, industrial Arista-
cracy.,
For the' first time in hislife
helo ,:press conferences, addres-
led IWO crowds of people.litost
kingsaon't gio thilk
, In -.Washington, accetithiidiono accetithiidionorary
rary accetithiidionorary membership in theRoy
'Stouts- of -Ameriea, he- tolcLher.
vous :Scout Robert SinglatOnt
"Give int your leftlihand.'.Fm leftlihand.'.FmBoy
Boy leftlihand.'.FmBoy Scout too and I know end
know the- proper shake."
, "Your honor,' esked the, Am American
erican American scout,' pulling some coins
from his oncitet.,"Are these red
Belgian coins?"
The king examined them, Said
one was from the Belgian Congo,
the other from Belgium.
He accepted a flag 4from the
Boy Scouts' and their benefactor,
Garfield Kass, the supermarket
builder, but- wanted to., he sure it
was a new flag with the 49th star
for-Maska. It wag.
In Detroit, King Baudouin not
only inspected auto assembly
lines but dined with the first me metoriamily
toriamily metoriamily of Americathe Henry
Fordt.
Henry Ford II was host, grand
sOn of the strait-laced, abstem abstemlobs
lobs abstemlobs old mechanic who had built
a backyard machine shop into one
of the industrial wonders of the
world. ,
'Young Ford, unliice his grand.
father, was so ebullient later In
the evening that One Belgian lady
left him on the dance f1001.. :
Next morning, however, FOrd
took ,the king on a personal totir
of his plant, gave him one of. the
first rides the new Ford rtnall
car, the Falcon, and showed him
the miracles of modern motor ore oreduction.
duction. oreduction. If modern-day royalty has aa
much strenrih and democraCv as
the young King of ,the Belgians,
it has learned &lesson froth which.
Americans can profit.

' RIVEP CLEAN-UP
, .
A movs to 'dim up' Amerwan
Hvers runs into a liead-oh clash to today
day today witiLthe Republican-southeri
Democrat coalition. Congressman
John Bletnik of Minnesota plans to
100
increase his river cite -up fund
trOm S-50,009,16 Pt001010. ijele
in 'rederat;poney, to tit tclk' etre
;
funds. ' '' i'
In the Pall( ha has itlwas h''
to buck Congressman Howe
Smith of Virginia, whose distric
borders on the Potomac and whoxe
communities dump sewage into
the Potomac. Smith is against
,
river clean-up.
His state, however, isn;t Re-
centiy the State of Virginia fined
the American Viscoe Company,
$154.770 for dumping poisonothl
waste into the Shenandoah River,
thereby killing thousands of fish lit
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, 1 I -King Baudouin's visit 'was i bit - --- ,, ; ,- -,,,, , -4'
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ed from that,visit is Mayor John For- the' first time in hiclife 'be.
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, 4 WHAT GOES WITH THE WEST BANK. the law all right, Singer, accord- ilii
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. King Baudoin's- visit began In kints,afiost 00 Wt.' ', ,--:;, '-
- ''' ,4, if the lateness of this bridge contlact on the West Bank ap- "You could go to the McClellan tilk -C I-- - Si ' 4:it A TREE.'
, Washington in the Belgian Embas- In -Washington, accePtini-liOno'
'''. lroachft uoesn t Make any udierence. why was there all the big Committee and you can go to the 0.,--,--;.-------e--- lert, e, NO:.
,, uild-up last December &pout wnat a rustejob it was going to be? Dept. of Justice, and you can go --.'----- - -,saito , sy weere he stood tall, bandome, rary membership in the 'May
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'--- ',-, When the contract was let and the silver spades flew, we were to the Los Angeles Police Dept., ..---------7 and very much alone. -- -"---"-..- Stouts- of -Amerikta, be-- tolcE.',neg
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. ,;'-' told it was important for the earth to be packed during the dry sea- and you can go to the Los Ange- ase-7,3411.r1P-tegotikoo '''''' One by One, bemedaled diplo- voila ,..Scout Robert Singleton;
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-----a jeweled -dowagers stepped up to Boy Scout too and 1 know end 1
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. Why all the pep talk then, if it doesn't matter now? This use of Hoffa's code of arms I ,. fa,
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And what at about the East Bank contract? Work there seems helped Mike Singer earn his tor- t ---4, r ,. AI them. --- !'Your honor, asked the, Am Am,
, Am, '.'', te have simmered down too. tune-and I me;n fortune-- .,er .'h-- '1-5'.-,? ..e."''';'-'04 -There was eomething a2bit in- erican'acout,spulling some COWS
' ',' More Than Curious. he moved his muscle from Man- ....,;-,:,...o., ','I (la); "------.-.. congruous in the scene; Here was from his pocket. "Are these red
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of, -- .,.-- ,,,,---,,,tc. a Scion of Euriipean royalty w, filch thBeeThlgotweathankesiorciogrfioronmesia'thimB:einloBedieulgtitem, i:i.d
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.-.': -,,,,roe democratic, surrounded by re re.
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7, For whom is the Army commissary? One can't tell any for all make the rounds of the back ,,w,e--,..---,.. presentatides Of American, demo- we ll COntot
, e cracy wanting,to beccome -more Boy
' lie ScaeoeuetPrtedande tfieh-.41.11.1mfrenemfa c'tthor'e,
'' -s the civilians ehopping at the Sales Store. Not only government em- doors of restaurants and hotel ' e ,0' .-- ottr!'-,;(e'. if,,,,z7-''.1-!--,0"!-,--'7---'r-;- ---,tap ,,,,,Fr ,
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builder, but. wanted to, be sure it
: .. Store aim,. How et-me PanCanal wives whose husbands work for the for pennies. This they sdll to pro- allibe I"-- -OP"
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'.'--- :tanal and make more money than anyone on the Zone need Sales cessors. In turn, the rendered fat 4' tk 0111-11 -e----- C'evt iiatt.- V .----A----- ett,
Franklin and Thomas Jefferson,
flitagwawittliths 49th.. ,.,,stii,r,
.,z Store privileges? I imagine the Balboa Commissary is going to make is then sold in bulk to the big soap 'IJ Alr
4,11.fr, sroin appearing.,in tie royal courts of
i -o, ot Ir-v-.0e ,0,....,,,,--- ;0.-,... ------,-,...-. Europe.- refused' to wear uniforms, Tins Allienstkevilt,
King Baudouin n-ot
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.0 la lot less sales if all these civilians are to have this privilege. manufacturers, which makes this
'-; ,, The Canal Zone is a civilian paradise. The civilians have the a million-do lar-a-year business in -le,,I ; .,,......-. inserted a ', provision in the U.S.
only inspected auto assembly
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Constitution that medals could not
lines., but. cliid with the first mo mo-
- mo- oehoice of ,N)ming to the Zone. l'hey get 2504, overseas pay. plus Los Angeles.
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, !fight differential for those woriliiniz. nilht,e...Th..e.I Itsv..e4kC210,,irsta.r.y 'VI,' ' ot
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By KICK KLEINER
NEW YORK (NEA) You can
ttelp Johnny Gilbert make up his
mind. The problem he's working
on' is seimply this: which voice
should he use?
Johnny is the young and pleas pleasand
and pleasand MC of ABC-TV's daytime
rouser, "Music Bingo." And he's
been around the night club cir circuit
cuit circuit for years with an act that
defies categorization. He sings,
he is funny, he MCs"so I guess
the best thing to do is, call my myself
self myself an "entertainer' says John Johnny.
ny. Johnny. He sings very well. In f a e t,
sometimes too yell.
"One thing I do is imitate Ma Mario
rio Mario Lanza," he says "I sing 'Be
My Love,' and in the original key,
too. Well, sometimes I'm on a
bill with a high-priced singer and
the club owner will come, up to
me and say, 'Hey, Johnny, yoll yollite
ite yollite singing better than the joker
I'm paying all the lat fortake it
easy'. '"
Johnny sings song fragments
on Music Bingo, too. One of Op
show's gimmicks is to make the
audiente guess song titles. so
01'110 sfrigt a few bats but just
ta-de-das the title. (Just like on
the old,"Stop the Music.")
All these frustrations, plus the
plain ordinary desire to make
money, have prompted Johnny
to start recording. Just out is his
first album, on the Golden Crest
label. On it, he Uses several dif different
ferent different styles and voices.
"I ',int to see which one of my
voices the public likes best," he
says. "Then I'll concentrate on
that one for future recordings."
This, then, is your chance to be
a scout. Listen to 'Gilbert's aibum
and write to him at "Music Bin-1
go," ABC-TV, New York, and give
him your report.
THE VERY CUTE recording ofl
"My Blue Heaven," by Tommy
Tucker on the Sunbeam label,
seawes to bring a fine orchestra
leader back to prominence. The
current teen-age generation has
grown up since Tucker, just be before
fore before World War II, -was so big
with songs like "I Don't Want to
Set the World on Fire."
He came to Sunbeam to re-reCord
his old hit, "The Man That
Comes Around, and stuck his
version of "My Blue Heaven" on
the flip side. This arrangement
has the band singing only two
phareses of the song. over and
over, with a voice (Tucker's) ad adding
ding adding the yry comment; "No,1
baby," every so often. This add-'
ed gimmick was an occident,;; he;

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Tucker
, Gilbert
was playing in Hartford and a
tipsy gal in the audience began
to yell "No, baby," and Tommy
kept the phrase in.
Incidentally, Tommy's desperate desperately
ly desperately trying. to get together a, com complete
plete complete collection of his old record recordings.
ings. recordings. He's made 265, and he's
missing 34 of that number. If
you have any old Tucker discs,
send the list to him in care of
this writer and maybe you can
help make him happy. He's made
so many others happy in the
past.
DICK'S PICKS: Little Cathy
Carr has a good one with "I'm
Gonna, Change Him" on Roubtte.
Others: "I Couldn't Care Less"
MaY.Star -RCA); "The "five
Pennies Saints" (Danny Kaye and
Louis Armstrong, Dot); "Just
Whistel" Janice Harper, (Capitol);
"Homin' Pigeon" (The Gaytords,
Mercury); "La Strada DeP Atm Atmre
re Atmre (Caterina Valente, RCA); "Play
Ball You All" El Rojo, Redd E);
"Rag Mop" (Lillian Briggs, Coral);
"Who's Fooling Who" (Gordon
Young, Felsted.
Vocal groups at work on
albumsmore singing fun from
Mitch. Miller and The Gang on
Columbia's new "Folk Songs" sing singalong;
along; singalong; The Playmates show off
their fine vocalizing on Roulet Roulette's
te's Roulette's "Cuttin' Capers;" Fred War Warhas
has Warhas "Cuttin' Capers"; Fred War WarDecca's
Decca's WarDecca's "Memorable Moments
From Broadway Musicals,' with
the band and soloists participat participating,
ing, participating, to the Ames Brothers sing
hits of top quartets on their lat latest
est latest RCA release; stereo fans
will want the Kingston Trio's
"Stereo Concert" on Capitol.
Classical studonts, who like to
sample new things, might try
these two new oneson Everest,
Villa-Lobos conducts his own "Fan "Fantasia
tasia "Fantasia Concertante For Orchestra
of Violoncellos" and Bach's pre preludes
ludes preludes and fugurs from "The Vell VellTempered
Tempered VellTempered Clavier;';' on Roulet,
Lenny Hayton and eight music musicians
ians musicians play Geno DiNovi's "Scan "Scandinavian
dinavian "Scandinavian Suite No. I," a mixture
of jazz and classical forms that
features the violin, flute and pia piano
no piano and may intrigue you.

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NAVY NEWCOMER His right hand raised in solemn oath,
Canal Zone youth Arlin R. Dohle of Ft. Gulick Heithts in sworn
into the Navy by laCdr. Mason .E. Thompson at the Rodman
Naval Station. The 17-year-old Cristobal High School graduate
began recruit training at Great Lakes -Naval Training Center
this week.

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UMRCARIB RECEPTION Col. Agustin Donis Kest ler, chief of staff of the Guatemalan Army,
reviews a composite guard of honor at a ceremony welcoming him to U.S. Army Caribbean. With
Kest ler is Capt. Philip Hertz of the 1st Battle Gro up, 20th Infantry, commander of the guard. To the
rear-are Col. Felipe Ponce R., G-3 from,Guatema la and Maj. Gen. Charles L. Dasher, U.S. Army
Caribbean commanding general. Kestler'returned to Guatemala Saturday. (US Army Photo)

TOM PANAMA MIZECAN AN INDKPINDIENT randy NNWSPAPZEL

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Mission Parley
Begins Monday
Al Albrook

Headquarters, Caribbean Air
Command announced tins week
Ithat it will hold its USAF mis mis'sioh
'sioh mis'sioh conference at Arbrook Air
Force Base, in conjunction with
the graduation of students from
the School for Latin America,
USAF, During the period Jima 8
through 11.
The conferencte, a semi-annual
affair, provides an opportunity
for Headquarters CAirC to bring
all USAF mission chiefs to Al Albrook
brook Albrook AFB for the purpose of dis discussing
cussing discussing mutual topics of opera operation.
tion. operation. All conferees attending the
meetings will be welcomed by
Maj. Gen. T. H. Landon, comman commander,
der, commander, CAirC.
The graduation ceremonies fir
the School for Latin America,
USAF, will be held on Thursday.
USAF personnel assigned to
Latin America that will attend
the conference include: Artentina,
Col. Richard F. Weltin; Bolivia,
Maj. Horace L. Henderson; Bra Brazil,
zil, Brazil, Col. Morris H. Shedd; Chile,
Col. William R. Calhoun; Cilom Cilombia,
bia, Cilombia, Col. Gerald M. Clugston; E Ecuador,
cuador, Ecuador, Col. George B. Leaver-1
ton; El Salvador, Col. Philip 0.1
Doornbos; Guatemala, Lt. Col.
James L. Stewart;"Haiti, Col. Os Oscar
car Oscar G. Johnson; Honduras, Col.
Philip E. Cartwright; Nicaragua,1
Col. Williams L. Herb lin; Para-11
guay, Col. Everett B. Howe; Pe-1
ru, Col. George W. Criss, Jr.; Ve Venezuela,
nezuela, Venezuela, Col. Fred O. Easley, Jr.;
and Uruguay, Col. Clure E.
Sjith, Jr.
Personnel from Headquarters
USAF who will attend are Maj.
Gen. Leland S. Stranathan, Direc Director
tor Director of Development Planning,
DCS Develoginent; Col. H. E.
Ercanbrack, Jr.; Col. W. W.
Jones; Col. D. R. Conard; Col.
R. R. Rowland; Col. D. W. John Johnson;
son; Johnson; Col. C. Shuff; Lt. Col W.
G. Craig; Lt. Col. J. W. Harris
III; and Capt. H. S. Gil logly.

SEARCH FOR BANDITS
WARSAW (UPI)Polish radio
broadcast a nationwide al rm
today for three bandits who
shot and killed post office guard
and wounded another guard in a
$25,000 robbery of a postal truck
in central Warsaw.
The three men halted the truck
at gunpoint near one of the capi capital's
tal's capital's main squares. They opened
fire on the guards after they had
refused to hand over some 600,000
zlotys ($25,000) in cash. The ban bandits
dits bandits then seized tbe cash and fled.

CZJCs Summer Se,ssion Gets
Under Way Monday Morning

Nine different courses, several
in more than one section, will be
given on the Pacific side and
three on the Atlantic side in the
Canal Zone Junior College sum summer
mer summer session, Dean Roger C. Hack Hackett
ett Hackett announced todaY.
Wtih the exceptiof the Pacific
side course in drivers' training,
the first meeting of which will
be held on June 15, all lasses
will begin on Monday.
Morning classes on the Pacific
side include elementary Spanish
and elementary shorthand at 8,
elementary typing at 9, high
school algebra and intermediate
typing et 10, and intermediate
shorthand at 11. 'rhe enrollment
was so large in the elementary
typing class that it was was neces necessary
sary necessary to organize two extra sec sections
tions sections of it. They will meet at 1
and 2 p.m. Students have been
assigned to sections on the basis
of their last names, as follows:
9 a.11., A-D; 1 p.m., E-M; 2 p.m,
N-z.
The Pacific side evening class classes
es classes are as follows: elementary
shorthand and drivers training
(section 2), at 7:30. In the driv drivers
ers drivers training class, students whose
last names begin with A-1 have
been assigned to the 6:30 section;
all others to the 7:30 one.
All Pacific side classes will
meet on Mondays through Thurs Thursdays,
days, Thursdays, except drivers' training and
rapid reading which will meet on
Mondays and Thursdays only.
On the Atlantic side, the only
morning class is drivers' train trainbig.
big. trainbig. It will meet at 9 on Mondays
and Thursdays. Two classes in
conversational Spanish and a
class in elementary typing com complete
plete complete the Atlantic side schedule.
A beginning class in Spanish will
meet from 4:30 to 6:30, and a
third semester one from 7 to 9,
on Mondays and Thursday in
each case. The typing class will
meet at 7:30 Mondays through
Thursdays.
All Atlantic side classes will

Farm Boy's Memory
Returns Iowa Cons
To Iowa State Pen

ALBIA, Iowa (UPI)Four es escaped
caped escaped convicts, their 34Aour bid
for freedom foiled by a 4-year-old
farm boy, were to be returned to today
day today to the Iowa state penitentiary.
The fugitives surrendered meek meekly
ly meekly in the southern Iowa country countryside
side countryside thuroday, although knives,
blackjacks, a rifle and a shotgun
were found on them and in their
car.
In tbe final minutes before their
capture by Monroe County and
state policenen, the despvados
invaded two farm homes OW ter terrorized
rorized terrorized housewives.
The fopr are Lloyd Woodson, 31,
Quincy, M., leader of the prilon
break and murderer of a police policemanyrobber
manyrobber policemanyrobber Albert Maxwell Boer Boerger,
ger, Boerger, 27, also of Quincy.; burglar
Robert Janes, 25, Fairfield, Icrwa.
and burrlar Elun Gird ler 23, of
Peoria,
The fugitives were captured be because
cause because Jimmy Conway, 4-year-old
son of farmer George Conway, had
a sharp memory for faces.
The convicts were 'fleeing west
from Fort Madison in a stolen ear
when they ran into a ditch at Con Conway's
way's Conway's farm near Georgetown.
Iowa. Conway obligingly pulled
them out.
But a moment later, Jimmy
raced to his father shouting
"Daddy, you know those guys we
helped down at the ditch, they're
the killers!"
Jimmv had gone with hill father
when Conway helped the men
start their stalled ear and taIked
with one of the men. Jimmy re returned
turned returned to the house and found his
mother reading a newspaper
which carried pictures of the MPT1.
Conway telephoned the sheriff's
office and Deputy Clair G. Bates
and Highway Patrolman Robert
Glenn took ttp the chase.

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All told, nearly 400 etudents reg registered
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classes, but since he registra
tions were largely concentrated
in the courses named above, all
other courses had to be cance canceled.
led. canceled. Students may still enroll in
the courses now scheduled.
Tuition will be payable et the
third meeting M classes meeting
four times per week and at the
second meeting of the others.
Classes in which fewer than 10
students pay their tuition at the
times stated will be cancelled and
the tuition already collected refunded.

Every Soldier In
Army Gun Battery
Joins Army Assoc.

A perfect record for member membership
ship membership WAS achieved this week by
B Battery, 4th Gun Battalion,
517th Artillery in the Association
of the United States Army.
Capt. James S. Angeles, bat battery
tery battery commanding officer, annOtine annOtineed
ed annOtineed that as of June 1 every man
in the outfit had joined the orga organization,
nization, organization, which seeks to keep the
Army strong and presents Army
problems to the general public
as well as Congress.
The annual AUSA meeting is
planned for Aug. 3-4 in Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D.C. Focusing attention on
the Army's accomplisments and
requirements, the session will aim
to point out to the government,
industrialists. educators, the press
and the public the vital role of
the Army in national defense.
Theme of the 1959 gathering
will be "What is a Modern Ar Army?'
my?' Army?' Among the speakers will
be the Secretary of the Army
and Chief of Staff.

PILGRIMAGE PLANNED
LOURDES, Fr a nc e (UPI)--
More than 30,000 servicemen from
11 countries, including the United
States, will take part in a three threeday
day threeday military pilgraimage to this
Roman Catholic shrine this week weekend.
end. weekend. The soldiers will errive in 29
special trains and several char chartered
tered chartered planes. Participating will be
troops from France, Germany,
Belgium, Spain, Holland, Chile,
Venezuela, Austria, Norway and
Denmark es well as the United
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IN HONOR OF QUEEN ELIZABETH'S BIRTHDAY
! In connaction with the official calabration of the birthday of Quipon
ChM:oath, tha British Ambassador to Panama, Sir Ian Handarson,
will antertain this weaning at aight for membors of Ow Panama
branch of the British Legion.

M;'. and Mrs. Turbyfill
Plan Busy Summer
Mr. and Mrs. Subert Trubyfill
ot-Balboa left the Isthmus Thurs.'
dig. by plane for a combination
business and pleasure trip to the
States.
Mr. Turbyfill, director of speech
and drama at the Canal zone!
Junior College, will spend this'
Menth in commitments at dra
Ma festivals and productions and
speaking engagements inhteeas -t
ern United States.
The Turbyfills also plan to visit"
their son, Richard Turbyfl11, and
his wife, Suzanne and Derian,1
both young American singers, in
Pittsburgh. Pa. They will return
to the Zone late in JulY

DM. Contostants
Wht Modals, Trophiss
Beginner and intermadiate stud students
ents students of Harnett and Dunn PaiH
ticipated in a dance jamboree
last week at the Fort Amador A-,
merican Legion Club. 1
Mary Jean Brady and Dale Re

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eves won medals in the beginners
'class for basic work in the A A1
1 A1 terbug. In the intermediate class,
; silver trophies for jitterbug and
) from styling went to Janie Hol Holgerson
gerson Holgerson and Wtndall Shepherd
, and Sandra Spinney and Dick
)Burchett received medals.
An interpretation of the waltz
won a miniature trophy for Maj.
!William D. Daily and a clasp for
his daughter partner, Drinda. Mrs.
A. Rybicki and John Swanson
were adjuded best in the mother
, and son dance event.
), The jamboree was attended by
160 youngsters. Judging was han handied
died handied by Mrs. Frances Wyman and
Miss Donna Trasavage.
i The next jamboree is planned
for next Saturday.

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Catholic Womon's Guild
Silver Tea Tomorrow
The newly-organized Catholic
women's Martha Guild of Fort
Amador will sponsor a silver tea
for women of military posts and
the Canal Zone tomorrow after

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noon from two to five at the
Chapel Annex, formerly the Arne Arnedor
dor Arnedor Service Club.
Further information may be ob obtained
tained obtained from Mrs. William Bath Bathurst,
urst, Bathurst, Navy 2325. Reservations
for the tea are not necessary.

Mr. and Mrs. Foliar
Host Formal Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Neal W. Fuller
will host a formal dirtner party
this evening at their residence in
La Crest.
The event will be a arewell
compliment to Mr. and Mrs. Wil William
liam William B. Crocker, who are soon to
leave the Isthmus to make their
home in New York.

Meeting

Canvrsation Club
The Canal Zone Spanish Con Conversation
versation Conversation Club will hold its re regular
gular regular bi-Weekly meeting Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening at 7:30 at the Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights Officers Club. MI per persons,
sons, persons, both military and civilian,
who are eligible for membership
in an officer's club are invited to
attend.
The meeting will be the last
opportunity to meet with officer
students of the Albrook Latin A American
merican American School who are graduat graduating
ing graduating and leaving the Isthmus next
week.

Gov. Potter To Open
New Lecture Series
Al Balboa YMCA-US

Gov. William E. Potter will be
the first speaker in a new six sixweek
week sixweek "Adventuring in Democracy
lecture series designed to bring
the Canal Zone an up-to-date re report
port report on the American way of
life as well as to stimulate Inter Interest
est Interest in public affairs.
Tile series will begin Tuesday
at 7:30 p.m. i,n the Balboa YMCA YMCAUSO
USO YMCAUSO auditorium.

By utilizing the services of au authoritative
thoritative authoritative speakers and supple me
tary movies, the series will
answer a need long felt in the
Canal Zone for this type of pro progra
gra progra m.

In the first program, "Meet
Your Local Government," Potter
will discuss the Canal Zone go government,
vernment, government, its relationship to the
federal government, and its com comparison
parison comparison with local government ,In
the United States. The film "A
Free People" also will be shown.
It is the story of the people who
helped achieve the American
ideal of freedom for everybody.
Succeeding programs in the se series
ries series will include the following:
June 16: "Meet Your Local
Government," by Judge Guthrie
F. Crowe.

June 23: "Communism" by Capt.
Geiorge Reser, Maj. Charles
Peckham and Sfc. Walter Nazren Nazrendo.
do. Nazrendo. June 30: "Defending Democra Democracy'
cy' Democracy' by Brig. Gen. James W. Cuotts.
July 7: "Extending Delnocracy"
by U.S. Technical Assistance Mis Mission.
sion. Mission. July 14: "The United Nations,"
by Louis Roach, United Natioms
representative to Panama.
The programs are open to the
public free of charge. Interested
persons may register for the se series
ries series at the Balboa YMCA-USO
reception desk.

Newly Rechartered
Ku Klux Klan Wants
Faubusi Support

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (UPI)
The leader of the Ku Klux Klan,
officially rechartered in Arkan Arkansas,
sas, Arkansas, today announced plans for an
active revival of the secret group
and said he is seeking support
from Gov. Orval E. Faubus.
A. C. Hightower, a Little Rock
barber who identified himself as
the grand dragon of Arkansas,
told United Press International
the Klan "has done its job in the
past and will do it again in the
til

Ile said members "will prac practice
tice practice cross burning,' but denied
the Klan planned any type of vio violence
lence violence "such as kidnapings and
whionings.'
"After all, how could a Chris Christian
tian Christian organization preach vio violence,"
lence," violence," he asked. "Mat is all we
are. you know just a Chris ChrisWI
WI ChrisWI and a fraternal organ organization."
ization." organization." Hightower declined to say what
type of support he is seeking from
Faubus. He oaid his talks with
fraubus would be secret.
The governor has made no corn.
ment.
The Klan's charter in Arkansas
',mired 14 years ago. But High Hightower
tower Hightower laid down a $12.50 fee
Thursdav and filed articles of in inornora
ornora inornora f ion with Secretary of
t;tatn e. e Hall to put it back
on the books.
Hall ssid t her e is no law
lgainst the Klan officially return returning
ing returning to life in Arkaneas. There is
apparently nothing state offiztais
can do to prevent the Klan from
organizing and holding meetings.
Arkanase does. however, have
tatuteg orohibiting night riding
1,,rrinft L'ISOTIAMPn from wear.
ing hood& Hightower Raid mcm mcms
s mcms v'nuld wear robes and hoods,
but will not be maaked.

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France Nuyen's Intimates will
wager she makes a "retirement"
announcement wben her "State
Wong" contract ends. It's hard to
believe the beautiful and succes succesftd
ftd succesftd young actress could leave
show business at this June:Aire,
but they theorize that perhaps
theta the way Marlon Brando
, wants it. .Broderick Crawford
may need an operation to mend
his fractured vertebra, but dc,c dc,c'tors
'tors dc,c'tors want to get him in better
shape before he undergoes surge surgery.
ry. surgery. .Barbara Hutton and her
current favorite squire, offbeat
IJimmy Douglas, plan to spend ihe
Summer traveling between her
various mansions across the
Atlantic. .The big snag in the
Willie Perkins-Dean Stockwell to tomance
mance tomance is a religious difference.
Around the White House they ex expect
pect expect Milton Eisenhower, the Pre PreIsident's
Isident's PreIsident's brother, to become more
itrici more important as a top
ranking adviser. Anita Ekberg
still hasn't picked up her U.S. ci citizenship
tizenship citizenship papers, although they'red
ready and waiting for her. (Clue:
maybe she's in the modd to mar marry
ry marry an Italian and settle in that ro romantic
mantic romantic land?)
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One of the top cigaret firms
mtutt, be flipping over the takeoff
on its commercials currently
making the rounds of the Madison
Ave. shops. Bootleg copies are
going for $5 a copy on Fire Is Island,
land, Island, focal point of the parody
disc. Nice President Nixon ex expects
pects expects to spend some time in Rus Russia
sia Russia after attending the opening of
the U.S. exhibit at the Moscow
Fair in July. His trip, which will
be widely covered by an ent Nur Nurage
age Nurage of newspapermen, le bound to
give him a big boost toward the 1
1960 nomination for the presiden-1

cy.

Members of the "Gypsy" cast
whisper that Sandra Church, the

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Jack Kennedy of Shreveport,
writes: "Here is a hand that
might interest you. I was pretty
well pleased with the contract
when I saw the dummy. West
bad overcalled and ought to have
the king of diamonds but he was
one of those people who like to
bid so there was no guarantee.
Anyway, I deckled to set up a 1
possible squeeze so ruffed a spade
and played the ace of trumps
and a low trump to dummy's ten.
"When both opponents fol followed
lowed followed I could afford to ruff an another
other another spade and still have trump
control. Another trump lead
pulled East's last trump and West
discarded the queen of spades.
I let a diamond go from dummy
and led a diamond toward.' the
queen. East won with the king
and shot the jack ack. I took
my ace and led my last trump.
"West went into a trance and
finally produced a low club.
Dummy's last spade had squeez squeezed
ed squeezed him out of his club stopper.
That spade had done its work. I
threw it away and all the clubs
were good."
Very fine technique and worthy
of study. An interesting fea feature
ture feature of tile play is that if East
had held four club and the
king-jack-ten of diamonds the
last trump would have squeezed
him since South held the dia diamond
mond diamond nine.

THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by Dorothy Kiligallen

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North East South Weal
16 Pass 1, Pass
34 Pass 36 Pau
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YOU, South, hold:
687 1915.185 OK954 6A112
What do you do?
fset that your partner
has by-passed four no-trump In Indicates
dicates Indicates clearly that ha luta & void
suit. Your ace of clubs and king
et diamonds must solidity his
band and you can afford a seven sevendiamond
diamond sevendiamond bid or If you want to
unservative simrply bid six
clubs and let him decide about
the grand slam.
TODAY'S QUI snoN
Again your partner has opened
one diamond. This time you
hold:
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What do you do?
Answer tomeerins,

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AgoobaMMIMMIED

delightful ingenue who playa the
title role in the'Merman hit, ass a
big crush on composer Jule htyne
Jrashion model Betty Cooper
has taken off again for Mexico
to see ex-Mayor of New York Bill
O'Dwyer. lee Becker, the tom tomboy
boy tomboy of "West Side Story," is
cuter than ever now after a nose
bob. .The book "Never So Few,"
by Helen O'Connell's COMbitiVe
husband, Tom Chama lea, is due to
emerge on the screen as. "Sacred
and Profane."

A famous movie star's wife was
ready to take quite a reasonable
divorce settlement when she sud suddenly
denly suddenly discovered why he wanted
to marry again immediately.
!The result: he had to hand over
$300,000. is it sure George Axel Axel'rod
'rod Axel'rod has been signed to do the
screenplay for Truman Capote's
"Breakfast at Tiffany's"? It
seems such an odd Juxta-position
of literary styles, rather like get getting
ting getting Mack Sennett to re-write Mo Mohere.
here. Mohere. Jack Entratter, the Las
Vegas impresario, is in New York
looking for chorines for his Cops
Room at the Sandal. He says he's
discovered that Gotham girls
prove to be the best bets, with
Texas lasses a close second.
Earth Kitt's date, three nights
running at Goldie's, has ban
Bob Dix, son of silent screen star
Richard Dix and ex-husband of
Janet Lake. Anna Mari Alber Alberthetti
thetti Alberthetti is being plied with presents
by wealthy Cargy Maguire, and to
some their attachment seems ser serious,
ious, serious, but a few of Anna Marla's
most-perceptive chums think she
and Buddy Bregman aren't real.
ly finished just experimenting
with a "trial separation" to find
out if it's possible for them to live
without each other.
The William E. Robinsons (he's
the soft drink biggie) will end it
all with a Nevada divorce after
many years of matrimony. .Ed .Eddie
die .Eddie Fisher's management, giving
him the official blessing before
be took off on his European honey
moon with Liz Taylor, told him
"not to worry about business' for
at least three months. But the
crooner broke down and calied
the home office after only a week
and a half. .Gina Lollobrigida's
provocative milk bath scene in
"Solomon and Sheba" will run
longer in the EUropean version
(naturally) than in the edition we
Yankees will see.

IMill1

One of TV's most talked-of per performers
formers performers is called "Hitler" by his
staff. He's instituted a spy corps
to repqrt on even the slightest de derogatory
rogatory derogatory comment dropped by
any employe and it's quickly fol followed
lowed followed by a pink slip. The fear
backstage is quite reminiscent of
the atmosphere that prevailed In
Nazi Germany.
Lu Ann Simms is expecting a
baby. Jim Norris is quite heat
ed in his determination to do
everything he can to spike Sugar
Ray Robinson's plans for keeptng
his title or fighting Basilic, for any
other promoter. He's steaming be bee
e bee ause he thought he had the next
Robinson match in the bag.
Norman Byfield Thomas, known
as "Lord Flea" and generally
credited with reviving the calypso
craze in tht U.S., cited of Hodg Hodgkins
kins Hodgkins disease in Miami the other
day. .Kathryn Grayson can be become
come become Mrs. Arthur Cameron any
time she decides to nod her pret pretty
ty pretty head in the direction of the
oil millionaire.

Rua mat &v.

I see by the papers where a
doctor reports that through hyp hypnosis
nosis hypnosis he has helped 42 women
lose a hall-ton of fat.
1 wasn't really surprised by
the story, just surprised that the
women needed somebody else to
hypnotize them.
Most of the women allow
seem to have done a good job
of hypnotizing themselves into
thinking that food isn't nearly
as important as being able to
wear a size 12.

These women get a glazed look
In their eyes when the rolls
are passed at lunch and the
shake of the head seems eom eompletely
pletely eompletely automatic.
They say "No dessert, tharat
you" just as automatically as
they pass up the bicuits. They
toy with their food in a dispirit.
ed kind of way instead of eat eating
ing eating it with gusto.
Nothing interferes with their
semiweekly sessions at a reduc.
ing salon or exercise class. If
you've attended one you can't
help but notice the resigned way
women absindon themselves to
the rollers that are supposed to
trim inches.
Even when they talk of food it
is not of luscious strawberrieS
svvimming in velvety cream, or
flaky crusted apple pie, or rich
gravies and sauces. They hive
hypnotized themstiven into think thinkIng
Ing thinkIng of food in torm C1101'161.
Put a rich dish In front of
them and they don't respond the
way people normally respond to
food. They shudder. "Just imag imagine
ine imagine the calories," they exialin
in disgust.
These women have hypnotized
themselves into a disdain tor
food not by starting long and
steadily Into a candle Mole .1
soothing voice sets them In a
trance.
They've hypnotized themselves
by looking long and criticsily in
a full-length mirror.

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The much heralded "heavy franc," worth one hundred present francs. was officially
coined for the first time on April le, 1959. in a ceremony which marked,- so to Apeilk.
the pliving of the keystone of France's econonlic recovery. The heavy franc dramatizes.
in more ways than one, the Profound changel brought about in the econoMic life of
France since last December.
During the ceremony on mil 16, M. Antoine Piney; French Minister of Finance and
Economic Affairs, officially presented the Public- with the new franc, whose creation had
oeen announced by an Ordinance of December 27. 1958.
THE RETURN TO MONETARY STABILITY
The creation of the heavy franc is proof, at home and abroad, of France's irrevccable
determination to ensure econoinic recovery within the framework of monetary stabilitY.
It is a symbol of a break with the recent past, during which the country. weakened
by two wars, had experienced several waves of inflation.
But it also signifies a return to the great traditions of thrift, Work and stability that
were the strength of France during the nineteenth century. Me figure of a woman sow sowing
ing sowing (la Semeuse) which adorns the new franc, serves to recall the "Semetise" that used.
to be familiar to all Frenchmen old enough to remember the pre-1914 Irene.
From now onthe introduction of the new franc is evidence of thisFrance will have
a sound, strong and resepcted currency:
sound because it will rest on a strong and flourishing economy which. safe from the
dangers of inflation, is sure to expand:
strong, because the new franc will no longer suffer by comparison With the cur currencies
rencies currencies of neighboring copntries:
and thus respected, both by the foreigner and by the Frenchman, Who will regain
along with a sense of proportiona desire to save regularly.
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE OPERATION
The creation of the heavy franc his nothing to do with devaluation. Its aim is
threefold. It is at one and the same time a practical, psychological and technical meas measure:
ure: measure: practical, because it will do away with superfluoits zeros (which bookkeepers had
sometimes already abolished) and also betause it will Make it easier for the man' in the
street to handle the money in his podkt:
psychological, because it will Make the franc respected once more when quoted in
terms of foreign currencies;
technical. because the heavy franc is equiValent to two decigrams Of 9001000 fine
gold; tying it to the gold standard is a pledge of stability. for the new monetary unit.
The change-over from the francs now in circulation to the new unit will mot, entail
either freezing. or taking an inventory of the nation's currency. or a partial withholdinit
of bills, bank accounts or savingt; bank accounts.
It will have the same effect everywhere: ell the amounts npw recorded in present.
francs (debts. 'annuities, penalins, interest ad dividends, salaries. banlx,. accounte. savings
accounts, etc.) will be divided by 100 in Order to obtain their value in new francs. All
prices, of whatever sort, will be divided by 100.
The operation will .not niake the, slightest change in the relative financial pooltion
ofeach Frenchman. I

THE T'ECHNIQUE FOR SUBSTITUTING TEE NEW FRANCS FOR THE OLD
In order to enable the French to become accustomed to their new currency. the sub substitution
stitution substitution of the new francs for the old will be effected gradually. During the first period.
the value of present bills and coins will be divided by a hundred in order to obtain their
equivnlent in new francs:

The present 10.000-franc note will be worth 100 new francs.
The Present 5,000-franc note will be wOrth 50 new francs.
The present 1,000-franc note will be worth 10 ntw francs.
The present 600-franc note will be worth 5 new francs.
Me present 100-franc coin will be worth 1 new franc.
The present 50-franc coin will be worth 0.50 new francs or 50 Centi MO.
The present 20-franc coin will be worth 0.20 new francs or 20 centimes.
The present 10-franc coin will be worth 0.10 new francs or 10 centimes.
The present 5-franc coin will be worth 0.05 new francs or 5 centimes.
The present 2-franc coin will be worth 0.02 new francs or 2 centimes.
rinted and were about to be put Into eircu eircuThe
The eircuThe present 1-frane coin will be worth 0.01 new franc or 1 centime.
The 50,000-franc notes that are alreadV P
lation. will have a surcharge printed on them and will be worth 500 new fillies.

THE NEW COINS
Several new denominations of coins are being minted. They are:
francs silver
1 franc nickel (weight and diameter comparable to the present 100-franc Piece).
2 centimes aluminum (not perforated, will be noticeably smaller than the present
2- and 1-franc pieces).
1 centime aluminum.
These coins will be legal tender and will circulate interchangeably with the present
bills and coins.
The decision te give priority to coining 2-centime and 1-centime pieces wee taken in
order to avoid a rise in prices. These new coins. will make it possible to Day for all pur purchues
chues purchues at a level corresponding to present prices divided by 100 without these prices being
rounded off to the nearest larger number. These coins will gradually replace the present
2- and 1-franc pieces. (See page 4 for the design of the 5-franc and 1-franc pieces.)
THE PLACE OF THE NEW FRANC IN ECONOMIC RECOVERY
Thus, with the advent of the heavy franc, the French economy is entering upon a
new period; this period will be characterized by a IOUn, currency, economic expansion
and genuine social progress.
At the end of 1958 France was faced both with a financial and with an economic
problem. The first budgetary estimates for 1959 showed it net Treasury deficit double that
of 1958, which, if covered by a loan from the Bank of France, mild have led to a new
wave of inflation. At the same time, the opening of the Common Market Made It urgent urgently
ly urgently necessary for the French economy to be in a position to meet competition from the
other European economies. Thus those responsible for French economic policy had tO deal
with an inflationary financial situation without jeopardizing economic expansion.
In order to remedy the internal finencial difficulties, it appeared necessary, at one
and the same time, to increase the receipta of the State and to cut down expenditures.
This budgetary austerity was achieved. on the one hand, by increasing the rate of cer certain
tain certain taxes and, on the other hand, by reducing the operating expenses of the civil ad administration,
ministration, administration, by cutting nonessential expenditures in the social field, and by abolishing
or decreaaing certain economic subsidies. Of course the return to financial orthodoxy
made inevitable certain price rises. which the Government hits kept within bounds. thus
avoiding the loss of the belle-fits derived from the devaluation of the franc. which had
been decided upon on December 27.
With regard to external trade, the new rate of exchange following' devaluation absorb absorbed
ed absorbed the previous gap between French and foreign prices. As exports were thus made
easier, the Government took important steps toward the liberation of trade. In addition.
the franc wax made convertible for nonresident accounts.
The return to financial stability at home, and the determination to place the French
economy once more within the framework of a free trade economy abroad, needed to be
sanctioned by the creation of a new monetary unit, which would show uneaulyocallv that
French monetary history had taken a new turn. liter h economic achievements. which are
now recognized by all nations, and have permitted France to have flourishing industries
along with one of the most advanced social seettrity systems, ere now backed by a cur currency
rency currency which Stands comparison with that of the other leading industrial countries.

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S "When both opponents fol- 1 see by tbe papers where a order to avoid a rise in prices. Mese new coins. will make it possible to DRY for all pm
Ku Klux Klan Wants
lowed I could afford to ruff in- doctor reports that through hyp- chases at a level corresponding to present prices divided by 100 without these prices beirlI
other spade and still have trump nom he has helped 42 women rounded off to the nearest larger number. These collie will gradually replace the present
control. Another trump lead lose a half-ton of fat. 2- and 1-franc pieces. (See Page 4 for the design of the 5-franc and 1-franc pieces.)
11 pulled East's last trump and West I wasn't really surprised by
VIM Faubusi Support discarded the queen of spades. the story, just surprised that the THE PLACE OP THE NEW FRANC IN ECONOMIC RECOVERY
. I let a diamond go from dummy women needed somebody else to
and led a diamond toward.' the hypnotize them. Thus, with the advent of the heavy franc, the French economy is entering upon I
ISIM ao..,,oass,,umo..,, LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (UPI)
queen. East won with the king Most of the women 1 now new period; this period will be characterized by a sound, currency, economic expansior
1 11,.
S. The leader of the Ku Klux Klan,
officially rechartered in Arkan- and shot the jack ack. I took seem to have done a good job and genuine social progress.
At the end of 1958 France was faced both with a financial and with an economit
N sas, today announced plans for an my ace and led my last trump. o yp g
f h notizin themselves into
"Wi est went into a trance and thinking that food isn't nearly probleni. The first budgetary estimates for 1959 showed it net Treasury deficit double tha,
e
(r
F active revival of the secret group
arifi said he is seeking support rina ly produced a low club. as important as being able to
- of 1958, which, if covered by a loan from the Bank of France, Would have led to a nev
wave of inflation. At the same time, the opening of the Common Market made its urgent.
Dummy's last spade had squeev wear a size 12.
. de from Gov. Orval E. Faubus. ly neceuary fOr the lerenth economy tA) be in a position to meet competition from the
- 0 $ 0 A. C. Hightower, a Little Rock ed him out of his club stopper. other European economies. Thus those responsible for French econotnie policy had tO dea:
That spade had done its work. I These women get a glazed look with an inflatinnary financial situation without jeopardizing economic expansion.
I barber who identified himself as
threw it away and all the clubs in their eyes when the rolls fi ulti it
In order to remedy the internal financial dif c es, appeared necessary, at ont
: I : the grand dragon of Arkansas
COURSE 1 told United Press internationai were good." are passed at lunch and the and the same time, to increase the receipts of the State and to cut down expenditures.
' i the Klan "has done its job in the Very fine technique and worthY
a ee past and will do it again in the of study. An interesting fe- P
shake of the head seems eom eomletely
letely eomletely automatic. This budgetary austerity was achieved. on the one hand, by increasing the rate of cer certain
tain certain taxes and, on the other hand, by reducing the operating expenses of the civil ad ad,
, ad, 9N fre...""s11 future.' lure of tile play is that if East
had held four club and the They say "No dessert, thank ministratiOn, by cutting nonessential expenditures in the social field, and by abolishins
or decreasing certain economic subsidies. Of course the return to financial orthOdokl
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Ile said members "will prac- king-jackten of diamonds the You" just as automatically as made inevitable certain price rises. which the Government hits kept within bounds. thut
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lice cross burning.' but denied last trump would have squeezed they pass up the biscuits. TheY avoiding
the Klan planned any type of vio violence
lence violence "such as kidnapings and mond nine.
him since South held the dia- toy with their food in a dispirit dispirited
ed dispirited kind of way instead of eat- been decide
the loss of the bentlits derived froM the devaluation of the franc, which had
d upon on December 27.
With regard to external trade. the new rate of exchange following' devaluation absorb
tf d 'A4 .-- whinnings.' int it with gusto. ed the previous gap between French and foreign prices. As exports were thus made
, 4 tf,a FA Via If b POr "After all, how could a Chris- e easier, the Government took important steps toward the liberation of trade. In addition,
i tian organization preach vio- Nothing interferes with their the franc was made convertible for nonresident accounts.
orgGINAL and GEM
t S 0 lence," he asked. "That is all we
are. you know . just a Chris-, WataCHRDSeale semiweekly sessions at a Mille Mille'
' Mille' ing salon or exercise class. If The return to financial stability at home, and the determination to place the French
economy once more within the framework of a free trade economy abroad. needed to be
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ian and a fraternal organ- you've attended one you can't sanctioned by the creation of a pew monetary unit, which would show unequivocally that
QThe bidding has been:
1:, til & PERRI ization." North East South Weal help but notice the resigned way French monetary history had taken a new turn. lererl'h ecOnomic achievement& which are
women abandon themselves to now recornized by all nations, and have permitted France to have flourishing industries
1 PisH Hightower declined to say what 1 Pau 1 Se Pass
7'1 type of support he is seeking from LI, Pass 3 Pau the rollers that are supposed to along with one of the most advanced social seettrity systems, are now backed by a cur
,f till SAUCE leaubus. He oaid his talks with s Pass ? trim inches. rency which stands comparison with that of the other leading industrial countries.
-Er
! :: Of. it Faubus would be secret. You, South, hold:
The governor has made no cont. 68 of 'KJ 85 Even when they talk of food it
ot 9 5 4 4 A ,,, is not of luscious strawberriee
' -Plitiess410 0 ment. What do you do? ". svvimming in velvety create, or ..
,
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. The Klan's charter in Arkansas
',mired 14 years ago. Rut High- AThe feet that yotir 'partner r r-2.
has bi- ed four netrtmtp in gravies and sauce,. They hive A.m... ,, ..
e -7-4,01007 0 hypnotized themselven into think think,,
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" glealy Axv e iwer laid dw11 a $125 fee dicates clearly that Its hise & void
i 4 iht of,' OisL, Thursdav and filed articles of in- aalt. you,. ace et dubs end meg ing of food in torm of rsicriel.
L44 0,01, ri E s ornorat ion with Secretary of of diamonds most solidity his Put a rich dish In front of
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';tatn C. C Hall to put it back them and they don't respond the
, Nese, moots. 11;0, hand and you eon afford a seven sevenon
on sevenon the books. diamond bid or If you want to way people normally respond to
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1 I .. .6 1" 11 a 0 0 0 6" : ::. g I ikil ssid t h e r e is no law be conservative simrply bid eix food. They shudder. "Just imag imag191.1.
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111 M.111 P lgainst the Klan officially return- clubs ana let him dedde about int the cal
ries they exlaim
in disgust.
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,,,, apparently nothing state offi2isis These women have hypnotized
'' 14 3 ''s.e...........00 can do to prevent the Klan from TODAY'S QUESTION themselves into a disdain lor
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organizing and holding meetings. Again your partner has opened food not by starting long and fronvaL
Arkanue does. however, have one diamond. This time you steadily into a candle whop .1
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' tatidei nrohibiting night riding hold: soothing voice sets them in a
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men from wear. 41E II 5 iSK 9 6 A le 8 4 trance.
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s weuld wear robes and hoods, by looking long and critically in
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The Turbyfills also plan to visit and son dance event. Conversation Club pect Milton Eisenhower, the Pre Pre"Breakfast
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their son, Richard Turbyf,II, and, The jamboree was attended by The Canal Zone SPanisb Con- sident's brother, to become more
seems such an odd Juxta-position
of literary styles, rather like get
his wife, Suzanne and Derian,160 youngsters. Judging was han- versation Club will hold its re- and more important as a top
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ting Mack Sennett to re-write Mo-..
both young American singers, in I died by Mrs. Frances Wyman and gular bi-weekly meeting Wednes- ranking adviser. :Anita Ekberg
. here. Jack Entratter, the Las
.. Pittsburgh. Pa. They will return miss Donna Trasavage. day evening at 7:30 at the Quar- still hasn't picked up her U.S. ci ciVegas
Vegas ciVegas impresario, is in New York
to the Zone late in JulY i The next jamboree is planned ry Heights Officers Club. MI per- tizenship papers, although they're
looking for chorines for his Cops
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- for next Saturday. sons, both military and civilian
. , ready and waiting for her. (Clue:
Room at the Sandal. He says he's
Vinci Contastants who are eligible for membership maybe she's in the modd to mar
Win Modals, Trophias Catholic Woman's Guild in an officer's club are invited to ry an Italian and settle in that iv iv.,
., iv., Beginner and intermadiate stud- Silver Tea Tomorrow attend. mantic land?) discovered that Gotham girls
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p.rove to be the best bets, with 1
ents of Harnett and Dunn Par-1 The newly-organized Catholic The meeting will be the last -------
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ticipated in a dance jamboree women's Martha Guild of Fort opportunity to meet with officer One of the top eigaret firms 1
last week at the Fort Amador A- Amador will sponsor It silver tea students of the Albrook Latin A- muot be flipping over the takeoff!
running at Goldie's, has ban
Earth Kitt's date, three nights
merican Legion Club. for women of military posts and merican School who are graduat- on its commercials currently
Bob Dix, son of silent screen star
. ing and leaving the Isthmus next making the rounds of the Madison
- Mary Jean Brady and Dale Re- the Canal Zone tomorrow after
week. Ave. shops. Bootleg copies are
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sontbescsomes mtoorpe
u.pAnhister uEitsbecrig.
here. Jack Entratter, the Las The much heralded "heavy franc," worth one hundred present francs, was officially
although they're
Veeas impresario, is in New York coined for the first time on April DS, 1959. in a ceremony which marked,- so to ereak.
' for her. (Clue:
looking for chorines for his Cops the pliving of the keystone of France's econontic recovery. The heavy franc dramatizes.
Room at the Sandal. He says he's in more waYs than one. the Profound changel brought bout in the econonlic life of
discovered that Gotham girls France since last December.
seetmtiwie idn tthamt aror:
rive to be the best bets, with
!Texas lasses a close second. During the ceremony on Attril le, M. Antoine Piney; French Minister of Finance and
' Economic Affairs, officially presented the Public- with. the new franc, whose ereatiOn had
been announced by an Ordinance of December 27. 1958. e
Earth Kitt's date, three nights )
,
; of the Madison
Bob Dix son of silent screen star
)avicesirg atrhecatu rirafe141rnamtlygf :
running at Goidie's, has been THE RETURN TO MONETARY STABILITY
Richard 'Dix, and ex-husband of The creation of the heavy franc is proof, at home and abroad, of France's irrevccable
sg copies are
determination to ensure economic recovery within the framework of monetary stabilitY.
my on Fire Is- Janet Lake. Anna Mari Allier Allierof
of Allierof the parody It is a symbol of a break with the recent past, during which the country. weakened
ghetti is being plied with presents
dent Nixon es- by two wars. had experienced several waves of inflation.. t
by wealthy Cargy MAguire, and to ;
ne time in Rus- But it also signifies a return to the great traditions of thrift, Woek and stabilitY that
some their attachment seems ser- ;
were the strength of France during the nineteenth century. The figure of a woman sow sow!
! sow! the opening of
it the Moscow ious t but a f of A a Ma I s t
mosonercentivaew chumnsn think r sah'e ing (la Semeuse) which adorns the new franc, serves to recall the "Semetise" that used.
trip, which will and ti dd - to be familiar to all Frenchmen old enough to remember the pre-1914 Irene. 1
u y seregman aren t real-, From now onthe introduction of the new franc is evidence of thisFrance will have
by an ent Nur- ly finish.ed just experimenting
nen, le bound to - a sound, strong and resepcted currency: . ,,
with a "trial separation" to find
post toward the sound because it will rest on a strong and flourishing economy which. safe front the
out if it's possible for them to live
)r the presiden- h dangers of inflation, is sure to expand:
wit out each other. strong, because the new franc will no longer suffer by comparison .With the cur-
rendes of neighboring copntries:
The William E. Robinson' (he's
"GYPsY" cast the soft drink biggiee will end it and thus respected, both by the foreigner and by the Frenchman, Who will regain
ira Church, th
--e all with a Nevada divorce after along with a sense of proportiona desire to save regularly.
.
many years of matrimony. .Ed- THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE OPERATION 1
..
oieliwela die Fisher's management, giving
1I him the official blessing before The creation of the heavy franc his nothing to do with devaluation. Its aim is
,,,Str: ) he took off on his European honey threefold. It is at one and the same time a practical, psychelogical and technical mints mints'
' mints' ) E fiL, moon with Liz Taylor, told him
ll'iticilteat sot wtottfrroys amboouotthbsusinBeosta ftor
he ure:
sometil:fleasetaiciraLtdbevcaausfisittleedillondt? oarsoayhusesuipterfletgagrns seh h
it ea(siericfor thekkmaTratlin latde
crooner broke down and calied street to handle the MOney in his podkt:.
the home office after only a week psychological, because it will Make the franc respected once more when quoted in
JACOBY and a half. .Gina Lollobrigida's terms of foreign currencies; .. ,
,
MIA Service provocative milk bath scene in technical. because the heavy franc is equietalent to two decigrams of 9001000 tint
"Solomon and Sheba" will run gold; tying it to the gold standard iti a pledge of stability. for the new monetary unit.
longer in the European version The change-over from the francs now in circulation. tes the new unit tvill ,riot, entail
ell la (naturally) than in the edition we either freezing. or taking an InventorY of the nation's currency, or a partial. withhOldina
3 2 Yankees will see. of bills, bank accounts or savinge bank accounts. .
s
One of TV's most talked:of per- It will have the same effect everywhere: all the amounts npw recorded in Present.
15 francs (debts. 'annuities, penalins, interest ace dividends, salaries. bank,,accounte. savings
17 4 formers is called "Hitler" by his accounts, etc.) will be divided by 100 in Order to obtain .their value in new francs., All
prices, of whatever sort, will be divided by 100.
EAST staff. He's instituted a spy corps
The operation will,eutit Make the. illightest change in the relative financial position
do'i'g 85 to report on even the sligMest de- ofeach Frenchman. .1
V 9 4 3 '' rogatoer comment dropped by
ale .1.10 4 2 any employe and it's quickly lot- THE TECHNIQUE FOR SUBSTITUTING THE NEW FRANCS 'FOR THE OLD ,
4 a 2 lowed by a pink slip. The fear
II (1)) backstage is quite reminiscent of In order to enable the French to become accustomed to their -new currency. the sub subthe
the subthe atmosphere that prevailed in stitution of the new francs for the old will be effected eraduallY. During the first eerie& elk
Nazi Germany. the value of present bills and coins will be divided by a hundred in order to obtain their
eQ.15 2
i 7 equivseent in new francs:
Lu Ann Simms is expecting a
4 5
baby. .Jim Norris is quite heat The present 10.000-franc note will be worth 100 new francs.
11 vulnerable ed in his determination to do The resent 5,000-franc note will be wOrth 50, new francs.
The !present 1,000-franc note will be worth 10 ntw francs.
eeeth East 1 everything he can to spike Sugar The present 8Q0-franc note atill be worth 5 new francs.
t N.T. Pass 1 Ray Robinson's plans for keeping The present 100-frent coin will be woeth 1 new franc.
i 4 Pass his title or fighting Basilic; for any The present 50-franc coin will be worth 0.50 new francs or 50 Centilne.
s 4 Pass other promoter. He's steaming be- The pre3ent 20-frano coin will be worth 0.20 new francs or 20 centimes.
Pass Pau cause he thought he had the next The present 10-franc coin will be worth 0.10 new francs or 10 centimes.
4K Robinson match in the bag. ... 'Me present 5-franc coin will be worth 0.95 new francs or 5 centimes.
Norman Byfield Thomas, known The present 2-franc coin will be worth 0.02 new francs or 2 centimes.
. . as "Lord Flea" and generally The present 1-franc coin will be worth 0.01 new franc or' 1 centime.. .
...
credited with reviving the calypso
of Shreveport, craze in tht U.S., died of liodg- The 50 000-franc notes that are already printed and were bout t be put into circu circulation.
lation. circulation. will 'have a surcharge printed on them and will be worth 500 new francs..
a hand that kins disease in Miami the other
. I was pretty day. .1(athryn Grayson can be- THE NEW COINS
the contract come Mrs. Arthur Cameron any
dummy. West time she decides to nod her pret- Several new denominations of coins are being minted. They are:
I ought to have tY head in the direction of the 5 francs silyer
nds but he was oil millionaire. 1 franc nickel (weight and diameter comparable to the present 100-franc niece).
re who like to 2 centimes aluminum (not perforated, will be noticeably smaller than the present
,
no guarantee. 2- and 1-franc pieces).
d to set up a le 1 1 centime aluminum.
, ruffed a spade Uth Millill Stystioo
These coins will be legal tender and. will circulate interchangeably with the present
ice of trumps bills and coins.
.0 du'mmy's ten. The decision te give priority to coining 2-centime and 1-centime pieces wai taken in
mponents fol- I see by the papers where a order to avoid a rise in prices. Mese new coins. will make it possible to Pay for all pur purird
ird purird to ruff in- doctor reports that through hyp- chues at a level corresponding to present prices divided by 100 without these prices being
till have trump notes he has helped 42 women rounded off to the nearest larger number. These coina will gradually replece the present
trump lead lose a halt4on of fat. 2- and 1-franc pieces. (See Page 4 for the design of the 5-franc and 1-franc pieces.)
trump and West I wasn't really surprised by
?en of spades. the story, just surprised that the THE PLACE OF THE NEW FRANC IN ECONOMIC RECOVERY
!c from dummy women needed somebody else to Thus, with the advent of the heavy franc, the French economy is entering upon a
id toward.' the hypnotize them, new period; this period will be characterized by a sound, currency. economic expansion
with the king Most of the women I know and genuine social progress.
k ack. I took seem to have done a good job At the end of 1958 France was faced both with a financial and with an economic
ny last trump. of hypnotizing themselves into problent The first budgetary estimates for 1959 showed it net Treasury deficit double that
, a trance and thinking that food isn't nearly of 1958, which, if covered by a loan from the Bank of France, Wotild have led to a new -,.
a low club. as important as being able to wave of inflation. At the same time, the opening of the Common Market made it urgent urgentide
ide urgentide had squeez- wear a size 12. ly necessary for the lerenth economy to be in a position to meet competition from the et
; club stopper. er European. economies. Thus those responsible for French econotnic policy had te deal
lone its work. I These women get a glazed look (411
i all the dos in their eyes when the rolls h an inflationary financial situation withettit jeopardizing economic expansion.
wit In order to remedy the internal finencial difficulties, it appeared necessary, at one
are passed st lunch and the
shake of the head seem
que and worthe and the same time, to increase the receipts of the State and to cut down expenditures.
s t.tim- This budgetary austerity was achieved. on the one hand, by increasing the rate of cer cerinteresting
interesting cerinteresting fee- pletely automatic. tain taxes and, on the other hand, by reducing the operating expenses of the civil ad-
s that if East ministration, by cutting nonessential expenditures in the social field, and by abolishing
tub and the They say "No dessert, thank or decreaeing certain economic subsidies. Of course the return to financial nrthodogY
diamonds the You" just as automatically ays amvaodideiningevitable certain price rises. which the Government has kept within bounds. thus
have squeezed they pass up the biecults. The the loss of the benclite derived from the devaluation of the franc. Which had
held the dia. toy with their food in a dispirit- been decided upon on December 27. a',
ed kind of way inetead of eat- With regard to external trade, the new rate of exchange following' devaluation absorb absorbing
ing absorbing it with gusto. ed the previous gap between French and foreign prices. As exports were thus made
e easier, the Government took important steps toward the liberation of trade. In addition.
, Nothing interferes with their the franc wax made convertible for nonresident accounts.
loner iswseloenklyorsesasssitoontsse at elassis'eduici
Seale The return to financial stability at home, and the determination to place the French
economy once more within the framework of a free trade economy abroad, needed to be
you've attended one you can't sanctioned by the creation of a pew monetary unit. which wolnd show unequiyocallv that
r has been: help but notice the resigned way French monetary history had taken a new turn. Irrerth economic achievements. which are
South Weal women abendon themselves to now recornized by all nations. end have permitted France to have flourishing industries
1 se Pass h
3 p..... t e rollers that are supposed to alone with one of the meat advanced Nodal security systems, are Bow backed by a cur curma
ma curma trim inches. rOnCy which stands comparison with that of the other leading industrial countrieS.
51t 9 a 4A 2 2 is Eovoetn wopen
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. swimming in velvety creiM, or
pleihsoyr brill ' ,e,
to?
le nosrans in ,ravies and sauces.
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is h. bai a void hypnotized themselven into think-
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at validity his Put a rich dish In front of
afford a seven- them and they don't respond the
if you Inuit to way people normally respond to
shoos, bid .1, food. They shudder. "Just imag imag19"1"
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n decide about int the calories," they exiann
in disgust. AR
These women have hypnotized
IITESTION themselveo into a disdain tor
tner has opened food not by starting long and fronvok ..,
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mils time you steadily into a candle whop ., ,-
soothing voice sets them in a
It Ie 2 tehE 10 8 7 trance.
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Sunday Services 10:30 A.M.
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Your Invitation to
Liberal Religion.
Baptist
COCOL1 lartum MRCS
311 Sru la Road
Drawer MO Balboa. C.Z
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lamp 14 Ste Swot rostra
- Sunday School CM CM
blousing Worship MAO sou.
Vargas Union 0:34 pos.
Swoops Worship LSO pas
Prayer Mooting & Bible
, Study loch Wodoesday 1:00 pas
StotharhoodIst Monday
loch Month 7:00 p.m
WMI.1-.4th Monday
Sack Month 7:30 p.m
MIT Arms macs
la lboo Hoirotiukt Cods
037 Athens
Brower "II" Balboa Bobble
Phew Saints MI
Within IL Booby. Puler
rolttrsiy School 9:30 em
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Baptist training Unite S:30 pat
Wangs little Service 9:30 p.m
Prayer Binding, Wodneeday A pen
WAS Bible Study Ilium
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Ilien'a Brotherhood dad
Monday in Weal IBS Pm
'FIRST BAPTIST Cliti ICI
Margarita Avenue at 5th Strait
Margarita. Canal Zane
Rev. Wanda C Paring, Pastore
Outlaw. Scitool 1:45 am
Mornint Worship 11:00
Baptist Training Union 4:30 am
Ivenins Warship 745 oat
StothertionA Tuesdays IMO p.m
Prayer Services. Vioftesdays I;00 gm,
M.U. In kd reidays
Cf.A.. It.A. ik Sunbeams.
friday p 510 0JB
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Major as ?dn. W. Bishop
rabrum Strut Phone: 23-30051
11:00 litseso Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
PARAISO, CZ.
Envoy is Mrs. C. L. Moseley
Wilma Street
11:00 Holiness Meeting
COLON CENTRAL
Sr. Captain le Mrs. H. Grant
14th Street, Phone Wel
11:00 Ho linen Meeting
3:00 Sundly School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON THIRD STRUT
Sr. Captain S, Taylor
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
HAINBOW CITY, C.Z.
Envoy J. 01
3:00 Sunday School
1:30 Salvation Meeting
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BALBOA
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Church Ott lea I-3231
9:30 s.m.-Church School Free bus
service. Clams for all ogee.
10:30 1.m.Worahip Service .Church
Thne -- Story Hour foe Kinderprten
and Primary Children. Church-Time
Crsdle Roll and Nursery.
I:00 p.m..Poat High Fellowship.
11:30 p.M.a4:00 p.m. Junior High
Wellowship.
, 7:00 pm...Senior High Fellowship.
ditimom.
MARGARITA
Mortara. Ave. and Bolivar Hwy.
les. Theodore S. Frenklis Pastor
Phenol: Office. 3-2642. Rm. 3-1401
Sunday Servitest
a.m. Church School. Sus envies.
Classes: Nursery through adult.
11:00 a.m. Morritna Worship.
th.rtrrs ftti infants and mall chil.
II:00 pm Junior Fellowship.
0:111 p.m Youth Fellowship.
A complete schedule of sunnier, se
grilles and officist meetings m an announced
nounced announced front week to week.
tOM.dM,MIMman
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: 0:30 cm Sunday School.
0,0'40 cm. Morning Worship.
mietints and weea-day 4eti
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Christian Scientist
Christian Selene Cbarekas
Pint Chunk of Cluttet Stigmas'. Ants
560 Anson lioulovard
Sundt Sondem 11:00 Sunday
School Ile 14e
Wed:ledto:: Um.
Ps Seeding Sallow Road Open
daily script Sundays and holidays mom
6:30 to 11:30 ace. and 1:110 to COO am.
aiturday: 6:90 to 11:30 a.m.
Evening Hours 6:00 to 6:00 meow
Slodossdays and Saturdays.
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All ehurch serviceo will be peld in
tbe Ground floor Room of the Masonic
Itimnie in Cristobal (noel door to the
Margarita florist), Damns is on Ital.
boa Avenuo through the Arced&
Sunday Service 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday tvening Testimonial Meet Meetlink
link Meetlink 8:00 o'clock.
midi'', School. b held at 9:80 cm.
eliding Room Hours Monday 2:00
to 4:00 p.m. Worinosday 0:00 to 7:11
Lou ara tortlially !halted to strand
the, services ant to use the Reading
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WEDNESDAYS
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Micristers. botch cemeteries sod chaplains imo asked te Wenn the
o f Paeans. and Colas. Republic gif Plumose. seised a welcome et aN
Mites tio area arid muerte of the need sorrier. rod to sivilian osigh
bon. Moods and shampoo.
As publis perms. the Panama American lists below. by donemi donemie
e donemie ntices. 'mikes of. boors el worship and other reviler activities.
Listings ore rotated from time te time. Derrornisafions
oaf et two senprenationt are listed audit "Other Chemises Services.
A special listion is Whirled for services et Army posas. Ak ferce hales
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Catholic
IT. mAars CMLISCIISalbse
Masao: 1:00. 11:01 10100 and
air 011
enroityoray Mamoru CIL 11410. II St sin
soatZ; Saturday, ISO lo 6.11
and 7:00 In S:00 pia Thursday. beers
first friday& IMO to 11:00
Miraculous Medal Novena: 1dd tun
,ot Mondays.
Cato& Mos slams attar the SAO aims
Mt Sunday.
With School Study Club CM p.sa
Modnesday.
' SACKED ittkilldassa
Sunday CU, 7:30 la 0:30 anL
Holy Day mammas 6:U anJ I:00
OJIL
Confessional Saturday 3:30 So 6:00 and
7:76 to MOO pm. llauraday bolero rim
friday 7:00 p.m.
gamed Heart Devotions: IAN 0.0" as
tridaya
Canoe him Clams la to 4:41 pa. on
llamado.
DUI LADY 0 trATIMACurasas
Sunday Maas at 1:00 am.
Holy Day Mass at 1:30 p.m.
Confessions: 1041 to 11:411 p.m on let
ord.,.
Catechists Clean Saturday 1:11 es 10
OM.
IT. JOSEAPIIfantlot
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and IMO aso.
Holy Day Mao at COO writ
Waokday Woos: ..0 itt
Confoadonss Saturday 121 to 1:30 and
130 to 7:30.
Catooltlaut Claim Sunday Is011 to COO
Ara.
taraeuloul 'tidal Novenas ISO pm
on rriday.
Corm Imstruallatat Thuraday I:00
IT. VINCZNTSPanamti City
Stmday Mamma: 6:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Moly Day Mama: CM and 1:00 p.m.
(It it falls on Saturday the Mann art
8:00 and CM cm).
Confessional Saturday IMO to I:00 and
7:00 to SOO p.m. Mune laYa haters rind
rriday 7:30 p.m
Miraculous Mediu yens and Sta.
Ilona of the Crow Viessy 710 p.m.
Catechism Class Atter 1:30 mass on
Stmday
Thursday,
COMO'S C1104 ISO p.m. Tuesday and
ST. THICISSA'SCoeoll
Sunday Man: S:30 a.m.
Holy Day Man: 6:00 a.m. (It tt falls
on SaturdayI:30 cm.)
Catechism Claw 3:30 to 6:00 o.s. or
Monday.
Contamdona: MOO to 11:30 Loa Sunday
dilMiMOMMO
J01114 IAMBI DI LA 'ALIA
Fugue Worm
Sunday Masses. C.30 and 810 a.m.
Week Days Mass; GAO Mon., Thura
Fri. and Sat,. First Friday mass: COO a.m
Holy Day Itamol CIO a.m. to COO
Confessions: 3:30 to 4:30 and 1:00
8:00 pin. on Saturday
Miraculous Moodal Novena: Friday I:0o
loM.
Catechism Class; 3:30 p.m on Sunday
PI, filLitEllrilLio nom,
Convert Class: Monday 1:30 p.m
Sunday Mass: 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass; 5:30 p.m.
Confamions: Saturday 1:30 to 7:30 p.m
Thursday before First Friday 110 p.m p.mCatechion
Catechion p.mCatechion Clam: CIA p.m on Sunday
Sacred Mort Novena. 1:00 p.m or
Friday.
Convert Claim 1:30 plit. on ThursdaY
ATLANTIC SIDS
ST. JOSEPH'SColda
Sunday Manes: 1:45, 5:00 and 9:15 ami
Holy Day Mamas: 5:45 and 1:00 a.m
Ind 5:45
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 ant:
1:00 to 1:00 P.m
Miraculous Medal Novenas liedneadat
5:15 and 7:00 pm.
Sacred Heart Novena; Friday 1:15 p.in
Sunday Reeling Service': 7:00pm.
Ccmvert Class: 1:15 p.m on MondaY1
and 'Thursdays
Cabschbun Clam: Sunday 10:15 am. to
11:45 a.m. 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
first FridayUm:Rion of Most Bless.
ed lacramont all day Revosition et 5:30
a.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotiona te our Lady
of FatimaThe Holy Rosary-5:00 am
First Conununion Instructions for chil children
dren children Mondays and Thursdays 1:00 to
POO p.m.
MIRACULOUS MILDAL-.-Cristabal
Sunday Masao: 7:00, 3:00 and 10:30 amt.
Hoiy Day Mammas MOO. e:00 a.m. and
5:15 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 1:00 pm After Moir, each ova ovanitibtratiulotts
nitibtratiulotts ovanitibtratiulotts Medal Novena: 3:15 and
7:00 p m, en Monday.
Catechism Clam: After 1:00 Maw on
Sunday.
First Friday tsposition day during:
the School Year.
First Saturday: Maar at 1:00 am.
BOLT FAMILY CHURCH in MarlsHa
Stmday Masses: 740. 0:30 1110
first Saturday Masai 0:00 am.
Weekday Masses: ..... 0:00 am.
lisr-Urday I:00 p.m. to 0:00 p.m,
Miraculous Medal Novena 1:00 p.m
Holy Zay Masses' lb am 5:15 p.m.
Confetudon P.m. to 4:45 p.m.
every Monday.
Parish family Rosary imd
Benediction 1:00 Pm
every Wednesday.
Discussion inquiry Group 1:00 pm.
every Friday.
IsL friday Devotions 7:00 p.m.
1st. lititUrdlil Devotions 1:00 p.m
VINC10111-11Salname City
Sunday MitIONIFJ: 1:30 am. and IMO
11.121
Holy Day Mamas: 1:00 am. and 1:00
m.
Cantaalions: 1:00 la 1:00 and 100 to
1:00 pm Saturday.
Cater-Mom Clam: l0:11 am, On Sunda.,
Convert Clamovary Monday at TM
a.m.
Miraculous Modal Hamel 1:00 11411
tin Tuesday
&MIN limn Semmes ISO amt. or
im ,ftid
TCULATS COMCMION.-Clates
urtle Wm' 11:111
Rely Day Mao: 1:04
Contentions: 1:10 to 1:00 gat. est Soh
urday.
Catechiam MOP' 4 tit 0111 en Monday
OCR LADS OF 0000 COUNSEL
Seabee
Sunday Stamm: 7:00 end CM a.m.
holy ,Day Naomi 0:00 a.m. and IA
'Pm
r Conteasiona Saturday at 7:00 p.m and
atter all violins devotions.
Saptisma by appointment.
Ilintauloost Medal NOVISA I 1:00 pa
pn Timoday2
Saerad Saari Novenas 1:00 Ives am
friday.
Sunda' Schenk 140 014. on SundsY.
Religioua Inatruction Clam tor Chil.
dram 4:00 0.ni oft Thursday.
Religious Instruction tor adults (Con
ducted m Spaniah): 7:00 p.m on Mort
liatorisant InstructIono by a.-ppotritmeitt

Episcopal
The ILL Soe IL Heber Osaka. LTA)
Skims
no Von Arc plainer' Potent"
Deno
Anton. 4.16
THS CATHEDRAL OP ST. WKS
SUNDA IS
SUNDA YS
JO Holy Communion.
II:lb .m Church School (Holy Com
munion Srd &undo i
11;80 LEL Santa Cmunite. ard Sun
daLeu
&meta Dorn Micah 9 go ant
II:00 am Morning Prayer and ler
mon. Holy Condnunion 1st Sunday.
7:00 pm. Evening Servion
IN SUN IMDA TS
030 am. Holy Communion.
730 le in Cretins Prayar.
HOLY DAYS
0:00 am holy Communion.
030 wee Holy Communion.
DAILY
0:10 sm. Morning Prayer.
111:00 Mie.day bilmionary Prayert
. COCOLI
Church on 0t Andrew
The Rev Valliant W. Raided&
Priael hi Charge
SUNDA YS
Holy COMM LIII1CM 20 sin
Family Prayw and
Church School CIO oat
(Also holy Communion Ind.
Morning Prayer & Sermon LIAO Lib
Sunday each month.
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion 9:00 awl
COROZAL
Chapal of The Omni
The lime Clarence W. Vas!
Priest in Charge
FRIDAYS
II:00 cm. Morning Prayer
(KC. first rriday each lionthl.
GAMBOA
St. Shimen's Chock
The Rev. Jolin Spear. Priest in Charge
Choral Eucharist and See SeeSUNDAYS
SUNDAYS SeeSUNDAYS MOD 7:00 am
Church School COO p.m
Episcopal Young Churchmen COO p.m
Cvensong and Sermon 30 pas
MONDAY& TUESDAY&
and ITRIDAYS
Morning Praytw and Hely
Communion 9:00 cm
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary. grid and
WEDNESDAYS & THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 730 am.
Mortdng Prayer 9:00 cm.
Evening Prayer 1:00 p.m
3ATURDA Y S
Family Eucharist S:30 cm
Office of Compline 9:00 p.m
LA BOCA
St Peter's Church
The Rev. John Spear. Priest hi Charge
Morning Prayer and Churcn
School 9:00 Lin
11011 10 :SO am
Confirmation Class 9:30 cm
Choral Eucharitd and
Holy Baptism' '12:00 noon
Evensong and Addreidi 7:30 pm
3rd MONDAYS
Woman's Auxiliary 730 p.m
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion 9:00 cat
rALO iieo
Chapel og ths Holy Comforter
Van. L. 11. Shirley. Priest hi Charge
THURSDAYS
II:30 a m. Holy Communion.
MARGARITA
Church of fit Margaret
Core' and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Edwin C. Webster
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m. Church School Service.
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer. (Holy
Communion first Sunday of
the month:
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
9:00 a.m. Holy Conuminion.
VARAISO
The Rev. Allan R. Wentt.
Priest in Charge
The Rev. David A Osborne,
Vicwr Emeritus
SUNDA (N (NCO()
CO() (NCO() cin. Chorai Eucharist its Sermon
9:30 a.m. Infant Baptism.
3.00 m Church School
5:00 0111 Youth Fellowship
7.00 gm. Emmons and Address.
lind and 4th WEDNESDAYS
1.30 la. Woman Auxillary and Al.
tar Guild Meeting.
PANAMA CITY
St Paul'. Chute8
Thg yew Lemuel EA Shirley, lector
The Rey. Carlton O. Morelia Asst.
St.INLA,.
41:0() am. Holy Conunimion
9'00 am Sung Eucharist Sermon
10:49 a m Morning Prayer and Church
School
12:00 noes Boiy Baptism
100 s..m Solemn reapers
(held ir Building 131i
TUESDAVN
8:30 Lin Holy 6...ommuntOtt
7:30 p m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
WEDN !ODA Ye
a:00 ni Holy Conununion
7:00 um. Evening Prayer
'FlutIRKIAYh AND FRIDAYS
8:30 m. Holy Cenunimion
HOLY DAYS
' 0'00 sm. Holy Conunustion.
CHRIST CHURCH 112-THE-SEA
Colton. R.P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev. J. Peter Farmer, Melo),
The Rev. Hairy A. Blake, Assistant
,
SUNDAY
COO a.m. Hol) Communion
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong Is BOTM011
9:30 a.m. Morning Prayer
9:00 cm. Cbgral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 a.m. Church School
.0.Pb...a Ik
MONDAY, TUESDAY & THURSDAY
5:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
-
WEDNESDAY
5:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:00 cm. Holy COMMU111011
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer & Address
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FRIDAY
SAO a.m. Meriting Prayer
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
I:00 a.m. Children's Eucharist
m.,lim4gta
SATURDAY
1:40 a.m. Meserthig Prayer
1:00 a.m. 10Iy Cerronunion
1:00 pat. vetting Prayer
7:30 p.m. Hite of COmpline.
SIO All&10
St Chrhteohat'a Choreal
IOUs Street, Porous Wows
The See Clarence W. Hayes.
Priem in Chart
The See. Clarence h. Crii Ewen'
Assistant
SUNDAYS
6:00 Li& 0017
a,m, Sung authorial and &mon
10:30 cm. Morning Prille anti Uhurob
&hoot.
11110 note Holy floottom,
140 1011 &Winona anit Derma&
MONDAYS
7:10 ro.m 1st and tztl. Wentan'a
TUIESDAYS
6:10 Dm u alai Daughters el the
1:30 oln outb aallearahly.
WEDNESDAYS
1:00 am. Holy Conununion.

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SS .416 BVIIIISIS Prayer and iteLiPlous
Inaiructiers.
THURSDAYS
SAO o in. Girls friendly Society.
S:00 p.m. ist and Srd. Singletons.
SATURDAYS
OM am, Junior Confirmation Clam
Other Churches
CHURCH OF ?HS NAZMLIINS
441t1 Stransipam albC083
Rev Elmer 0 Nelsen. Pastel
Box 29? Balboa. C.Z. Tei 3-2000
Sunday Sri lool CAC a.m.
Worship Service ...... 10:40 am
Youth Service 1:46 p m
Svangelistic Service ;30 p.m
Prayer Service. Wed. 100 psi
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Sunday: sin. Panama Weiler.
" 1040 am Sunday School.
" 7:10 tvanaelieal Senice
and Sermon.
Sunday 7 a m. Paraiba
" 10 a.m. Paraiso Sunday School.
7:10 p.m. Parable tvantelleal
Service.
kurnioDun NOTICES
guntlaY,-Oct. Ittht a.m. Rev. 'Victor
John Witeon S.D. 1 p.m. Mr. A. A.
Lovell.
Monday. Oct. 30th-4:30 p.m. Prepa Preparation
ration Preparation Class. Mr. Goo. Mitchell. 7:30
p.m. Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl ford.
Tusaday. Oct list-1 ;30 p.m. Girls
'ASV& Mrs. IL King.
triday 20 p.m.Choir Practise.
CHURCH OF ME NAZARENS
Mount Hope. Canal Zone
(across from Mt. Hope RR Station)
Rev. Ralph Hymn& Pastor
les Sala Margarita. C.Z.
PhOIN 3-341O
Sunday School 0:45 a.m.
Morning Worobip 11:00 s.m.
Evangalistic Service 1:30 Pm.
Prayer Service. Wed. 1:110 p.m.
RATIONAL SAPTIST CHURCH
Panama LP- Mira Street tart
Rev S. N. Stews. Wishner
Minns W orship 0 20 cm
Sunday School 3:00 p.m
Sunday Manses t 1:41 11AS
Rio Abaft.. LP.
Sunday School COO p.m.
JEHOVAH'S WMILIMIS
tiostings Thursdays at 130 pas, and
Sundays al 4:00 Win Manorial
40i1 Balboa Road. Balboa
ONEEM
CHURCH OP PIKS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAT SAWS (Mennen)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 11:30 a.m.
Sunday School; Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Mooting; Sunday COO pat.
Relief Society; Tuesday 9:00 a.m.
MIA: Wadnetday 7:30 pat.
PrimarY; Thursday 4:00 pm.
Telephone Balboa 4227.
Atlantis Branch
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road. Gattin
Sunday School; Sunday 0:30 a.m.
itscramsmt Meeting; Sunday 11:00 a m.
CUZUNDO PROTESTANT COMICS
JIA Warm Hearted Mande
Milton K. Laidig. Mintater
Phone Res 03-7110 Of. $3-11106
Sunday School 0:30 am
(A class tor every age)
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Youth Fellowship 0:00 p.m.
ravening Worship 7:00 pm.
Prayer and Pram (Wed.) 7:00 Pm
A church aunty in provided.
PMNEMP
OLD orrHoue
It Itaphael The Archangel
lath St West Se 3
Holy Suchartat: Sunday to 1 Ol cut
Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Thursday
i.30
Secramant Unction MeeMg Ser.
vice) Finn Sunday cd each month in
7 :30 0.01.
Imminoqmom
loots liallbett. Christine Mitre It
town' LP.
St Set, T. owns', D. D Steamy
otticiattrt&
zing devotion COO am
owship Worship 11:00 cm
day School SAO p.m.
Morning devotion
f e lowshi p Worship
Sunday School
CHRISTADELPHIAN BIBLE MISSION
8104 8th and J. Arommena: Co lion
SUNDAY
Memorial Service 10:00 a.m.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Bible Lectura 7:30 pm.
MONDAY
Adult Bible Clam 7:30 p.m.
ME,
wurs man
b4 first &root
Orbanizacin ti Camila. Pananti City
informal Talks and Discussions
Thursdsys ,.11:00 Dr&
Colon, alb trilast minas
(upstairs American Binary
Bluets Classes Thursdays. 130 Pm
Nowl.nonEmo
MIR& MEOW MUMS
Sipa labs St., Paraiba, CI.
See Waidaba Stewart, Pastes
Sunday: 11:00 Worship Sendai
3:00 p.m Sunday School.
7:15 Gospal amides.
Monday: 1:30 Young People's Society
Wadnesday: 7:30 Mid-weak Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday: 11:00 Chok Reheartai.
irriaity: 7;30 Women,a Missionary ilo
slaty.
CHURCH OP' CHRIST
13th & Bolivar Ave., Cristbal. C.Z.
Ray O. Wright, Evan's! ist
SCHEDULE OT SERVICES
SUNDAY
Bible Classes 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship and
Conununion 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 1:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY
Herald of 'rruth
HOK S:45 0:15a.m.
Mid-Week Bible Study 7:30 p.m.
THURSDAY
Questions and Answers SAS I:18
BOK. R.P.
You will receive a warm welcome at
each of our aerviersa.
CHURCH OF GOD
Foreign Mission Dept. Hdritra.t
Cleveland. Tennessee
CHURCH or GODBalbsa, CZ.
Wire Memoria Bldg.
606 Balboa Rd.
Information: Phone Gamboa 421
Sunday Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth Service 6:30 p.m.
Evangelistic 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD Pareise, CZ.
No. 4 Para iso Road
Information: Phone Paraiso 633
Sunday Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth Service 6:30 p.m.
Evangelistic 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH or GOD Rio Abele, Plait
I5th Street. Parque Letevre
Situ lay Service 11:00 arm
Sunday School 3:00 pat.
Evangelistic 7:30 p.m
CHURCH OP 00D Ping.
Ne. 4-144. 27tti Streit
'Sunday School and
MOritint 10:30 aat
Evangelistic 7:30
CHURCH OP GOD
Trans Isthmian Highway. Ostuncillo
Sunday School and
Morning Sarvice 11:00 cm.
Evangonstie 7:00 p.m.
CHURCH or GOD games mot, pug.
Transtethmian Highway. Santa Rita
Sunday School and
Morning Servica 12 noon
Evangelistic 7:00 pat
MM.IMaiMi
CHURCH OP 000 Cana& Panama
Tranatithmian Highway Cativa
Sunday School and
Morning Service 11:00 a.m.
Hvangelistic :00 p.m.
CHOURC11 OP' OOD Co in. Pinata
dth Street near Me Idn0ex Ave.
Sunday School and
Morning Service 10M cm
Itvangeliatio 7:00 to.m.
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COMMUNITY CRAM
Diablo Heights. CI.
Bev. Carl Y. Thempaoni WI Water
lot 1008, Diablo Helphd, C.Z.
Phones: Noma Balboa 3237
Church Balboa 4371
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Worship Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth -Service I:00 p.m.
Friday: Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
Lutheran
REDEEMIR LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wight throat
Rev. Robert F. Oussick. Pastor
P.O. Box add, Balboa.
Sunday School. Bible Class MIL
Divine Service 10:11 crit
Holy Communion. first Sunday of the
month.
Atlantis Side
Coe Solo Chapel
Frodoriek S. Illicit. Tien
Divine Sorties 11 a.m.
Holy Cotnnsunion. last Sunday of tilt
month.
IMMMMNOMJ
Jewith
Jewtsti Welfare Board Sid 7$2,11 La
Soca Semi Balboa. C.Z. Rabbi blathao
Witkin Diractor.
flarelev rrlday. 1:SO pm. Saturday
540 dm
(Sae wee Ustinp of 4evrish review
undo: Peal& lam add Stattent).
MINIIEMM
C nem Kai Shearith brad. Ave Avenida
nida Avenida fib and Seth Streit. Sena Viola
Pena Ina On, Servicee S:00 rom
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC allbZ
Protestant
FORT AMADOR
Junior ChurchSunday School 9:00
Morning Worship 10 :00
Church-time Nursery School 10 :00
Fellowship Hour 11 :00
FORT HOWIE
Sunday School 9 :00
Morning Worship 10 :30
Youth Fellowship 4;30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday School 9 :30
MorninVutoIrship 11:00
(Holy union First Sun Sunday
day Sunday cot onthl
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Bldg. 1M) IP :00
Morning Worship 10:15
Youth FeliowshipSunday 7 :00
ALBROOX AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School 9 :30
Morning Worship 9:30 s 10 :45
Youth Fellowship 4 :30
Adult Bible ClassMonday 140
Young People's Instruction
Tuesday 6:30
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship 9 :00
(Holy Communion First Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Month)
Catholic
FORT AMADOIV
Daily Mon 4:15
Sunday Mann 6:30 & 11:30
Confession' Saturday 6 :30
FORT KOBBI
Daily Maas 6;15
Sunday Manes 3 :00. 1:15 & 11:45
Confession' Saturday 1:00 & 7:30
Catechism ClassWednanday 4:00
U.S. NAVAL sverioN, RODMAN
Sunday Maas 9 :30
.
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Man 8 :00
Saturday Man 7 :00
Sunday Man 8:30
Confession' Saturday 7 :00 8:00
COROZAL
Sunday Maus 10:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Maas 8 :00
Saturday Maas 7 :00
Daily Mass 8 :00
Saturday Mass 7 :00
Sunday Memel 7:41 & 12:00
Sunday Masa ISpanifitt V. .. ,7 :00
Novena &treks' Tuesday .. 7 tO
Confessions Saturday 7:00
:swish
Fort Kobbs Saturday 2 :0,
USO-JWB. BalboaFriday 7
Albrook Air Force Satuiday 4 .0'
USONVB BalboaSaturday 5 :30
ATLANTIC SIDS
Protestant
roitt GCLICK
Sunday Sehool 9 :20
Morning Worship 10 :45
Coffee Call 10 :30
Church Nursery 10 :30
Catholic
FORT GULICK
Deily Mam 4:30
Saturday Masa 11:30
Sunday Mange :30 & 9.30
Confessions Saturday 12:00 12:30
:20 7 :30
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday 7 :15
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Servicat in all church,
as follows;
SATURDAY:
Sabbath School 9:30 am.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth'a Meeting 4:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY:
Bible Study and Prayer Service
7:30 p.m.
Pleitit Side Panama
Pastor P.R. Archbold Tel. 2S-3-3890
Cabo Verde, Ave. J.Y. de la Ossa No.
17.
Chorrillo 25th. No. 27.
Pueblo Nuevo 2-A St. between 3rd
and 4th Sta.
Rio Abajo llth St. No. 2
Gamboa and irrijoles
Pastor W. H. Wailer Tel. 6-580
Pastor A. A. Grizzle Tel. 6-102
Spanish Churches retitle Side Panama
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Beginning tomorrow the Fami Family
ly Family Service at 9:15 will be as usual
at St. luke's, Ancon with the
Young People's Group furnishing
an Intermediate Choir.
Immediately after the service,
in place of the curtomary class classes!
es! classes! there will be a showing of the
science-religious film "Templed
Hills." This is one of a series
that will be shown all summer
long. Every one is welcome.
At the 11 o'clock sorvica
cial service tomerrow, spiels!
prayers and intentions will ba
offrod for Queen Ilizabeth on
the occasion of her birthday
celebration.
At p.m. there will be supper
served in Bishop Morris Hall to
be followed at 6 p.m. by an ad address
dress address to the Servicemen's Group
in Bishop Morris Hall, Sir Ian Hen
derson, British Ambassador to Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, will address the group.
At 7 p.m. there will be Even Evensong
song Evensong in the Cathedral with Dr.
Townsend officiating to be fol followed
lowed followed by a discussion group in
Bishop Morris Hall with coffee
and other refreshments.
Beginning Monday night and
every other Monday night all
summer there will be as a fami family
ly family activity a motion picture in
Bishop Morris Hall at 7 p.m. The
first picture to be shown this
Monday will be "The Black Ar Arrow"
row" Arrow" starring Louis.11ayward and
Janet Blair. Everyone is cordially
invited.
All members of the British
community are especially invited
to share the service which will
contain s flag presentation at the
altar in the name of the British
Commonwealth of Nations.
ST. PAUL'S
Panama
The Rev. Allan R. Wentt Is
scheduled to be the special preach preacher
er preacher at evensong which begins at 7
o'clock p.m. at St. Paul's Church,
tomorrow evening.
This will be Father Wentt's
last visit to St. Paul's before leav leaving
ing leaving for the United States in July.
Other services during the day
are as follows: 6 cm. Holy Com Communion.
munion. Communion. 8:30 a.m.Morning Pray Prayer.
er. Prayer. 9 a.m.Choral Eucharist and
sermon. 10:45 a.m. Morning
Prayer and Church School. Noon
Holy Baptism.

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SUNDAY SERVICES
8:20THE CHURCH IN WORSHIP-10:40
A vital need in the life of all le met here each Sunday
has tal wry ter tem Hype Hein lin beet the "Summer likturnn."
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Surnmer Sssion
Discussed by Council
With the start of the first sum sume,nr
e,nr sume,nr session at the new Chagres
-it Camp only three weeks off,
Canal Zone Boy Scout Coun Couns
s Couns executive board gave discus discussion
sion discussion of the camp top priority at
its June meeting.
Col. Homan E. Leech, chairman
of the councirs health and safety
committee, reported that during
its last inspection the committee
gave special attention to the po potential
tential potential dolma caused by unstable
trees and rotten limbs.
"There is no known danger from
this source," he reported to the
Board which met in the Quarry
Heights tunnel June 2 and was
presided over by Brig. Gen George
A. Schlatter, council president.
Leech said the trees in the 600-
acre waterfront camp would be
surveyed on an annual basis.
He added that the two big float- s"'"'"
ing pier. around which waterfront
activities will center, had been ap approved
proved approved and that Capt. W. G. Dol Dolann,
ann, Dolann, Canal Zone Fire Marshal,
has accepted the responsibility of
supervising the inspection of meet meeting
ing meeting sites.
Camp Chagres, the name re recently
cently recently selected for the camp at
Madden Lake, replaces El V lean,
the camp 301) miles west of the
Zone near the Costa Rican border.
Special attention was called by
council members to the advant advantages
ages advantages of the new campsite, includ including
ing including its nearness to medical cen centers,
ters, centers, the fact that it has direct te- 9
lephone conneetions. will ha v e
fresh food delivered daily, and He
the fact it is only 32 miles from as
the farthest scout unit. to
F. R. (Bob) Johnson, acting
head of the camping committee,
discussed budget figures for oper operating
ating operating the new camp. The fee will
be 518 per week. Based on an at atTh
Th atTh tendance of 250 boys, the budget
showed lhat the camp would wind sal
up with a net profit of 30 dollars. ed
to
Maior expenditures for operat operating
ing operating the camp include paying vari 6
ous program directorg and kitehen
personnel, food, utilities, and buy- 7
ing handicraft and activities equip- Th
ment.
eve
Johnion reported that through hei
the ,aid of a Gorgas Hospital die dieco
co dieco Helen a 4.300 calorie diet has been
planned for the campers.
He n9ted that Robert L. Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, who will be director of acti
vales at the camp. and Wesley H.
Towneend, Who will conduct came
craft activities, both are in the U United
nited United States taking a s pe e I al
course for Scout leaders in pre preparation
paration preparation for the summer eamp
session.
Johnson urged scouter' to visit
camn at any time and added
that units that wished to volunqser
services for final touchup activi activities
ties activities vrior to the camp's opening
would be welcome.

GALS! UNDIRGOES SURGERY
HOLLYWOOD (UPT) Actreas
Gale Storm WAS reported in satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory condition today at Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital whre
she underwent surgery for remov removal
al removal of a dim In her back. Mho
Storm, operated on yesterday will
be hospitalized for about two
weeks, doctors said.

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AWARD FOR IISARCARIS George R. Roderick, Assistant
Secretary of the Army, presents a plaque to Maj. Gen. Charles
L. Dasher, U.S. Army Caribbean Commanding General, for the
command's participation in the Army-wide suggestion program.
In competition with all other overseas commands, USARCARIB
had the highest number of suggestions adopted from those
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8:20-THE CHURCH IN WORSHIP-10:40
Both Old and New Testaments recognize and teach the need
for God's own to pther together for worship. We invite you., to
worship with us in either of the two morning worship periodS.:,
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A vital need in the life of all is met here each Sunday InOrniiirl
as trained, dedicated teachers lead in learning what God's Word
has to say for our lives. Help up beet tis "Summer Slump."
CHILWEN'S CHAPEL-10 :40Rolit Snyder
Tug iettILDREN IN TRAINING-6:30

Provided no that very church member may train to be a better
worker for Christ. This is a place for definite creative activity.
Attendance will be a blessing to your entire family In one of our
8 departments.
THE CHURCH IN EVANGELISM-7:30
The Pastor will continue to preach the Word of God as it Is fri frimen
men frimen as they are. Revelation 21 is the text. "HEAVEN IS A LARGE
PLACE" is the subject.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOLDaily 9:00 11:45 5 19 Ju Se
Dedication Of ,Bible School Workers In Evening Sonia.
Nurseries Provided For All Services

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9:30SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR ALL THE FAMILY
Here you will find the Word of God being taught faithfully
as the only inspired Word from God. To deny this means
to reject what God has given to men. Join with others in
classes for instruction in the Book of books.
I :00"THE VALUE OF UNITY"
The Lord's Supper Dedication of VBS Teachers
This is the 5th messdge from Philippians. ExpOsitory meg..
sages that will strengthen your life and faith are preach preached
ed preached here Sunday after Sunday. New families are welcome
to attend.
6:00JET CADETS and HIGH SCHOOL
7:00"THE VIRTUE OF HUMILITY"
The 6th message from Philippians teaches the lesson that
every believer should live 11 411110" res. (2:3-111 It your
heart is hungry to hear Bible centered preaching then
come and find it fed from His Word.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL BEGINS MONDAY
'JUNE 8, 9:00 a.m.
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CAGE CRAMPS The Marines' championship basketball team,
the sport for the second year in a few, this year in eluded (ta row, fi
Wilt (playing coach). Gene Thompkins, Howard Murray and W. C.
left) John Gradus, Elbert Lewis, John Kennedy a nd Hairy Reid. Th
drow, Wilt Carter, Thompkins and Reid.

Marines Naval District Basketball
Champions For 2nd Straight Year

TROUNCING, Harbor Defense
Unit, Balboa in their final game,
the Marines captured the 15th Nav Naval
al Naval District championship for the
second year in a row in basket basketball
ball basketball last week.
'DA Leathernecks trimmed the
Balboa HDU fite 61-43 to register
their tenth victory against two
defeats it season play.
Rodman, the only team to de defeat
feat defeat the Marines, faltered in the
final week of play, losing twice
to Navy Atlantic by heartbreak heartbreaking
ing heartbreaking scores of 56-54 and 53-52.
Navy Atlantic placed second
with a 9-3 won and lost record,
two of their losses being to the
Marines lyy two points and one
point.

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The Marines averaged 51 points
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averaged 43.8 High individual
scorer on the team was center
Fred Wilt, playing coach, who av averaged
eraged averaged 131 counters per game.
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ond second with a 10.1 game average
and a foul throw average of 43
per cent.
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were forward Richard Muldrow
with a 9.7 point average and a
team high foul throw averoge of
58 per cent. forward W. C. Carter
with a 9.2 average and 40 per
eent, awl guard Harry Reid with
a 5.3 average and 56 per clmt.

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15th Naval District winners in
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Top bench support, one of the
4nain factors that led the Marines
to the championship, was pmvid pmvided
ed pmvided by forwArd Howard Murray
and guards Elbert Lewis, John
Kennedy and John Gradus.

NEW YORK, June 8 (UPI)
The International League needed
a slide rule today to ,compute
its standings.
Three tame ,weraL.03sIthlu 41-)
'gime of eaeh sithe107135(1; -VStY
eight games separated tint and
last place today.
Richmond and Miami closed Up
the race a, bit lighter last nigh'.
the Virginians beating the Mon Montreal
treal Montreal Royals, 5-4, and the Mar Marlins
lins Marlins downing Buffalo, 6-4.
Toronto defeated Columbus, 4-3,
in 11 innings and Havana Down Downed
ed Downed Rochester, 4-1, in the other
games.

Easiem Mobsiers
Yarned To Stay
Out Of California

SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)EaRt (UPI)EaRtern
ern (UPI)EaRtern mobsters were warned 7ester 7esterday
day 7esterday to stay out of boxing in Cal California
ifornia California in the wake of the attack
on matchmaker Jackie Leonard
in Los Angeles and a mysterious,
threatening telephone call to pro promoter
moter promoter Don login of Oakland.
"We are in this with both
hands and feet now and we'll fight
to the bitter end to dean this
damned thing up once and for
1411," Doug Hayden of the state
llkthletic Commission told United
' Press International. "If th es e
'Eastern mobsters come out here
they know what they can expect."
Hayden, who is chief special
agent for the Pacific Telephone
Co. in northern California, said
the call to Chagin was from out
of tovvnprobably from a phone
booth.
"We 'don't know who it was,"
said Hayden. "It could have been
anybody.
"But when men like Blinky
Palermo and Jack Dragna s'-art
putting the pressure on you, then
there is something behind it."
Hayden said the attack on
Leopard, according to his invest'-
, gators, was non-professional.
"Those jokers who beat up
Leonard didn't appear to be too
professional," said Hayden. "They
hit him over the head with a one onegallon
gallon onegallon jug that, was in his ga ga1
1 ga1 rage. I'm sure they just wanted
to frighten him."
The commission recently held a
hearing in Los Angeles in which
Leonatrd charged that he had
been threatened by gangsters;
and that they wanted control of
welterweight champion Don Jor Jordan.
dan. Jordan. He received the beating aft after
er after the hearing.

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21ZO PANAMA Menttel UdilloatellitT DAILY WIWIPAPTS

i''',..,,,,,,,, The hitless blunderers of a cote
s' ''''''' 1 ',:-.Z,'3'4.:'.7A
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,,'7- ',,,,N A,, pie of weeks ago are rolling a along
long along with seven victories in their
'4,-, '''''',-3 '--.',,, last eight games. They've aver aver(toe'""")
(toe'""") aver(toe'""") 1 17 1 11;4.4. a' ged nine runs a game in their
kk.,, last five starts. ,And they're ra rat,
t, rat, t!.- -4)m.
1"''''''
i ,, '?'?O' fidly catching up to a whole
444' t.. ,- -e , eague that had them down and
6,.4 t4 A ''''. duln t know bow to keep them
14 'iik '
'''''' ''' ''') t'''' there.
The world champions showed
(; ':, ,, the largest American L e a g u e
,,,, .,.,.,., :,, crowd of the season, 51,935, at
or) ,, :0 ,,..., ,,,,
t .,,,,ip ,,,,, ik Cleveland last night that they
,44,,,,,, 4 11':'!:-.', 40 .... y,-.4.1 "ain't dead yet" when they.pum they.pum('
(' they.pum(' ., .. ,,,,,,.' ,i meled the Indians, 11-2, with a
, ',' .i, 0:,,,,,,,,, ,',', 17-hit attack.
Y.:.
- 1:, ,,,' .-';: rly The victory inched the Yankees
.. ' :a into sixth placebut they're still
...' r .. '',;,,.:. 'x only 412 games out of first place
P '''':'''''.:' ; 't '''' ''''' '', and it looks like the big drive to tot
t tot ..,:. ward the top is on.
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,
, , -41 The Chicago White Sox length length''.',
''.', length''.', :i- s,-.:,,, ened their first-place lead to 1112
it
''' ,,.,,,,Am,...cL games when they beat the Bos Boston
ton Boston Red Sox, 5,2, the Baltimore
,
Orioles downed the Kansas City
5th Naval District winners in Ahtletics, 6-1, and the Detroit
om left) Richard Muldrew, Mel Tigers kept one percentage point
Carter and (bottom row, from ahead of the Yankees with a 7 6
t starting five consisted of Mut- decision over the Washington Sen Senators
ators Senators in the other A m eri c a n
League games.
The Las Angeles Dodgers de defeated
feated defeated the Milwaukee Braves,
Basketball 5-1, the Cincinnati Reds boat
the San Francisco Giants, 7-2,
and the Chicago Cubs whipped
the Pittsburgh pirates, 104, in
Da ht Year National League gem. St.
Louis at Philadelphia was rain rained
ed rained out.
Gil McDougald and Elston How How,
, How, ime he ard hit homers and Tony Kubek
Top bench support, "' '' had four hits in a Yankee attack
imain factors that led the Marines
that routed G r' B 11 nd n
to the championship, was pmvid pmvidbled
bled pmvidbled Art Dittnaar to ewinahis tlirda tlirdaed
ed tlirdaed by forwArd Howard Mtwray game. Late-inning bothers by Bil Biland
and Biland guards Elbert Lewis, John
Kennedy and John Gradus. ly Martin and Rocky Colayito de deprived
prived deprived Ditmar of a shutout after
the Yankees ran up an 11-0 lead.
carowtineweas the 4,411,5e5s.t In
Half-Game Separates Cleevel
Harry Simpson's three rttn
First Three Teams at-Ton,1",,ZuttirPrvei'etryed at hn ed
gave relief ace Gerry Staley his
ttiltlielapshanc.ediges
In Red Hot IL Race sAepcnorni de io
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The final round matches of the 1
Ey FRED DOWN tremendously popular Kodak se selective
lective selective drive' tournament will be I
NEW YORK; June 6 (UPI) The Yanks are Inlayed at the Panama Golf Club
this week end in both the eham ehamCOMiftg
COMiftg ehamCOMiftg and with a vengeance. 1 pionship and consolation rounds.
Herb Mitten and his partner
The hitless blunderers of a eou- White Sox' 10-hit attack with two Hank Kascher found themselves
ole of weeks ago are rolling a- hits each while Frank Malzone in an extremely tight position e eong
ong eong with seven victories in their homered for the Red Sox. ver the past weekend when they
ast eight games. They've aver- Milt Pappas allowed only five met the Davis-Kent team in a se semifinal
mifinal semifinal round matclh
ged nine runs a game in their bits in winning his fifth game for
ast five starts. And they're ra- the Orioles who are only 31 per- The Davis-Kent team played
idly catching up to a whole centage points out of first Place. right along with Mitten and gas gaseague
eague gaseague that had them down and Gus Triandos and Gene Woodiing cher, winding up even at tibe end
lidn't know how to keep them homered for the big blows that of 9 holes, and with both teams
here. dealth Ned Garver his fourth a- fighting right down to the 18th
The world champions showed gainst four victories. 'rriandos' hole, the Mitten-Kascher twosome
,he largest American L e a g u e homer was his 12th and Wood- managed to eke out the victory
Towd of the Reason, 51,935, at ling's his sixth of the season. on the final green, 1 up.
neveland last night that they Al Kaline singled home Eddie In the other semifinal round
'ain't dead yet" when they pum- Yost in the ninth inning to give match in the championship flight,
rneled the Indians, 11-2, with a the Tigers their victory over Wash- Carlos Arosemena and B r a w n
.7-hit attack. ; ington' despite two homers by played Drs. Massot and Tapia,
The victory inched the Yankees 11301) Allison. Dave Sisler won his which was similar to playing a
nto sixth placebut they're still first game of the year, allowing pair of fighting tigers. With Mag Magmly
mly Magmly 412 games out of first place only one hit over the last three sot booming his long fairway
Ind it looks like the big drive to- !innings, while Camilo Pascual suf. shots and Tapia tapping them
ward the top is on. into the holes with a fine touch
! fered his sixth setback. Gail lu lune
ne lune Chicago White Sox length- ris homered for the Tigers., on the green, Arosemena and
!tied their first-place lead to l',42 The Dodgers, only N.L. team Brown also had to play right down
games when they beat the Bos- with a career edge over Warren to the final hole .to Win I up.
on Red Sox, 5,2, the Baltimore Spahn, handed the great Milwau- The two teams of Mitten-KasDrioles
downed the Kansas City kee southpaw his sixth loss of cher and Arosemena-Brown w i 1 1
eihtletics, 6-1, and the Detroit the year by tagging him for four play-- 18 holes Sunday afternoon
rigers kept one percentage point runs and nine hits in seven in- to determine the 1959-Kodak tour tourihead
ihead tourihead of the Yankees with a 7 6 nings. ney cha mpions. The winning
decision over the Washington Sen- team, whichever it may be, will
itors in the other A m e r i c a n Gil Pledgee, now hifting .857 have really earned the two beau beauLeague
League beauLeague games. against Spahn for the session, tiful 8 mm movie cameras donat donatThe
The donatThe Les Angeles Dodgers de- and Charlie Neal each knock- ed by the Panama Kodak Co.,
footed the Milwaukee Braves, et, in two rims for Les Ange- since both teams have fought
5-1, the Cincinnati Reds beat les. Johnny Podres vtrof the their way through four matches,
the San Francisco Giants, 7-2, route for the Dodgers, limiting each of which has been closely
and the Chicago Cubs whipped the Braves Se seven bits and contested.

White Sox' 10-hit attack with two
hits each while Frank Ma 'zone
homered for the Red Sox.
Milt Pappas allowed only five
hits in winning his fifth game for
the Orioles who are only 31 per percentage
centage percentage points out of first place.
Gus Triandos and Gene Woodiing
homered for the big blows that
dealth Ned Garver his fourth a against
gainst against four victories. Triandos'
homer was his 12th and Wood Woodling's
ling's Woodling's his sixth of the season.
Al Ka line singled home Eddie
Yost in the ninth inning to give
the Tigers their victory over Wash Washington'
ington' Washington' despite two homers by
Bob Allison. Dave Sister won his
first game of the year, allowing
only one hit over the last three
innings, while Camilo Pascual suf suffered
fered suffered his sixth setback. Gail Har Harris
ris Harris homered for the Tigers.,
The Dodgers, only NJ,. team
with a career edge over Warren
Spahn, handed the great Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee southpaw his sixtb loss of
the year by tagging him for four
runs and nine hits In seven in innings.
nings. innings. Gil Hodgeo, now hifting .857
against Spahn for the season,
and Charlie Noel each knock knocked
ed knocked In two runs for Los Ange Angeles.
les. Angeles. Johnny Podres went the
, rout for tho Dodgers, limiting
the Bravos to seven bits and
scoring his sixth victory of the
year.
Den Newcombe pitched a three three,hitter
,hitter three,hitter for his fourth sbraight
tory and his fifth of the year as
the Reds turned back the Giants.
4toy McMillan hit his seventh
'homer of the year and Johnny
Temple connected for his third
to lead Cincinnati's 10-hit attack.
Seven-game winner Johnny Anto Antonelli
nelli Antonelli lost his third decision for
San Francisco.
Dale Long and Ernie Banks
homered as the Cubs ended the
,Pirates' winning streak at six
'games. Glen Hobble won his sixth
game although Don Elston pitch pitched
ed pitched the last 2 1-3 innings. Vern
Law, tagged for six runs in 2 1-3

Law, tagged for six runs in 2
innings, lost his third game.

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By comparison, the Mitten-Kascher
team defeated the Torres TorresHalman
Halman TorresHalman team by the close score
score of 2 and 1 in the quarterfi quarterfinal
nal quarterfinal round, while the Kent-Davis
team won over Cruz-Carter bY
the same score. In the lower
bracket, Arosemena and Brown
won over Aleman-Nene Arias 5
and 4, while Massot-Tapia defeat defeated
ed defeated Jim Hinkle and K. Baldwin
1 up.
In the consolation flight, Lee
and Billy Beeson won over the
team of Kincaid-Anderson in the
quarterfinal round 1 up. They
will play the winner of the Muller-Duran
vs Robins-D. Dehlinger
match which is scheduled for Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon. This final round
consolation flight match will also
be over the 18-hole route.

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,LEADING
HITTERS'

(Based en 135 official at bats)
National League
AB R H Pct.
Aaron, Mil 49 202 39 M .416
Burgess, Pitt 43 150 20 55 .367
Mays, SF 50 200 45 67 .335
Cepeda, 49 195 35 64 .328
Bouchee, Phil 46 168 28 55 .327
White, St. L 42 138 20 45 .326
Pinson, Cinel 50 206 43 67 .325
Temple, Cinein 45 199 37 64 .322
Logan, Mil 48 164 21 52 .317
Cimoli, St. L 47 187 28 59 .316

American League

Kuenn, Det
Fox, Chi
Ka line, Det
Wood ling, Balt
Mantle, NY
Runnels, Bos
Williams, KC
Allison, Wash
Lopez, NY
Phillips, Chi
Tuttle, KC

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Runs Ratted Tn
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Robinson, Reds
Aaron, Braves
Banks, Cubs
Cepeda, Giants
Mathews, Braves
Mays, Giants

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Skowron, Yanicees
Lopez, Yankees
Jensen, Red Sox
Triandos, Orioles

HOM E R UNS

. ............

41 163 20 57 .350
49 202 27 67 .332
48 191 26 63 3,30
45 140 19 46 .329
40 151 34 48 .318
47 183 29 58 ,317
37 135 22 42 .311
50 198 32,60 .303
43 163 28 49 .301
46 157 19 47 .299
44 147 24 44 .299

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Banks, Cubs
Cepeda, Giants
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Lemon, Senators
Allison, Senators
Triandos, Orioles

Face, Pirates 7
Elston, Cubs 4 1
Mizell, Cards 6 2
Podres, Dodgers 6 2
Antonelli, Giants 7 3
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Wilhelm, Orioles 8 0
Larsen, Yankees 5 0
Fischer, Sena Mrs S 1
McLish, Indians 5 2
Shaw, White Sox 5 2
Pappas, Orioles 5 2

49
48
48
43
41
41

40
39
34
34
31

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15
14
13
12

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LEADING
PITCHERS

(Based on 3 er more decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W Pct.
'ace, Pirates 7 1.000
Aston, Cubs 4 1 .800
1izell, Cards 6 2 .750
'odres, Dodgers 6 2 .750
Uttonelli. Giants 7 3 .700

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National League

TEAMS
Milwaukee
San Francisco
Pittsburgh
Los Angeles
Chicago
Cincinnati
St. Louis
Philaide'ephia

Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

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

Yesterday's Results
(Night Gam')
Chicago 340 100 002 10 IT 0
Pittsburgh 200 010 110-5 15 1

Hobble (8-1), Elston and Tay.
lot

Law (5-3), Blackburn, SmIt h,
Jackson, Williams and Burgess,
Kravitz.

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(Night Garn0
Los Angeles 120 010 001-4 11
Milwaukee 100 000 000-4 I 2
Podres 6-(2), and Pignatano,
Roseboro.
Spahn (7-6), Jay and Crandall.

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(Night Game)
San Francisco 000 001 001-2 8 0
Cincinnati 001 005 10x-7 10 0
Antonelli (7-3), Worthington, Zan Zannit
nit Zannit Shipley and Landrith.
Newcombe (5-4) and Dotterel'.
St. Louis at Philadelphia (post (postponed,
poned, (postponed, rain).

Ring Magazine Will Continue
To Rate Sugar Ray As Champ:.1

NEW YORK 11'10Ring mag magazine,
azine, magazine, issuing its latest ratings,
announced 3resterday:
It will continue to recognize
Sugar Ray Robinson as world
middleweight champio n, even
though Carmen Basilio and Gene
Fullmer fight for the "v acan t"
crown.
Lightweight champion Joe
Brown gets the "fighter-of-themonth"
award for his sevetith
title defense on a tecihnical knock knockout
out knockout over Paulo Rosi.
Heavyweight Alonzo Johnson
of Braddock, Pa., has been boost boosted
ed boosted into the top 10 contenders for
the first time because of his vic victory
tory victory over big Nino Valdes.
Light heavyweight contender
Jesse Bowdry of St. Louis rose
from eighth to fifth because of his
upset victory over Tony Anthony

Royal Orbit Goes
Againsl 3 Rivals
In Pe lei Pan Today

SATURDAY, NM t

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American LeagTte

Itif L Pct. GB TEAMS W L Pct. GI
30 19 .612 Chicago 28 21 371
28 22 .560 Ns Cleveland 25 21 .543 112
27 23 .540 313 Baltimore 27 23 .540 11a
27 25 .519 412 Kansas City 23 23 .500 31s
25 25 .500 512 Detroit 23 25 .479 414
24 26 .480 612 Naw Yoric 71 24 .471 VA
19 29 .396 1012 Washington 23 27 .460 5Ys
18 29 .383 11 Boston 20 27 .426 7

NEW YORK (UPDRoyal Or Orbit,
bit, Orbit, easy winner of the Preakness
Stakes after finishing fourth in
the Kentucky Derby, scared Amu'
all but three rivals for today's
running of the $25,000 added Peter
Pan Handicap at Belmont Park.
The smallest field in the history
of the race was named for the
mile and one-eighth event which
serves a's a stepping stone to towards
wards towards the $125,000 added Belmont
Stakes, third of the Triple Crown
classics to be run a week iatir.
Entere(l against Royal Orbit. a
young thoroughbred giant which
seems to grow bigger and strong stronger
er stronger each day, were Howard B.
Keck's Bagdad, 'King Banc h's
Black Hills, and Wheatley Stable's
The Irishman.
A total of 44 three-year-olds
originally were nominated for the
Peter Pan on May 15, the day
before the Preakness was run
Jockey Willie Harmatz again
qldes Royal Orbit, who carries
three more pounds than any other
three-year-old ever has successful successful.
. successful. ly shouldered in the Peter Pan.

WINS "MOTHER GOOSE"

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NEW YORK (UPI) Quill, the
East's No. 1 filly, won the $28,-
350 Mother Gose stakes at Bel Belmont
mont Belmont Park yesterday, coverilg n
mile and an eighth in 1:49 2-5
with Paul J. Bailey up.
UC NAMES COACH
CINCINNATI (UPI) Paul Hart Hartlaub,
laub, Hartlaub, 57o has been named swim swimming
ming swimming coach at the University of
Cincinnati. He will direct Vic U.
swimming team in the Pan A American
merican American Games at Chicago this
summer.

Today's Games
Boston at Chicago
New York at Cleveland
Baltimore at Kansas City (N)
Washington at Detroit
Yesterday's Results
(Night Game)
New York 011 202 140 11 17 It
Cleveland 000 000011-2 7
Ditmar (3-4) and Howard.
Bell (4-4), Podbielan, Cleotte,
Garcia and Nixon.

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(Night Game)
Boston 010 000 010-3 7
Chicago 000 100 13x-6 10 1
Baumann, Monbouquette, Wair)
(1-4), Kiely and Daley. 6,
W3rnn, Staiey (2-1), Lown,Arag
and Romano, Lollar.

(Night Game)
Washington 202 200 000..4 10 1;
Detroit 041 100 001-7 8 161
Paseuai (44) and Naragen ;s
Davie, Morgan, Sisler 0-1) arid4
Berberet.

omonim.aomir

(Right Game)
Baltimore 101 000 013-6 11 4:
Kansas Ciiy 000 000 001-1 5 r
Pappas (5-2) and Tr l'a
-
Ginsberg.
Garver (44), Stmtivant, Her
bort' and House.

of New York, who lost Ala -potestial
challenger's role.
By continuing to recognize Rob Robinson
inson Robinson as middleweig'ht ruler, Ring:
magazine sided with the independ independent
ent independent New York State Athletic Com.;
mission, which ,refused to vacate!
his title even though the National
Boxing Assn. had stripped him
for inactivity on May 4.
The,magazine admitted that a
Basilio Fullmer, fight for the
NBA championship would split
the world title for the first time 1
in many years. ,"But as far as,.
this publication he concemed," it
said, 'the Ring will continue to
recognize Robinson as holder of
the world crown."
Despite Italian Rod's defeat by
champion Brown in their light lightweight
weight lightweight title fight Wednesday night
at Washington, Rosi continues to,,
be ranked at number tlwee among
contenders because of his good
fight.
Giant Valdes of Cuba w a a
hauled down from sixth to 10th
among heavyweight contenders
because of his defeat by, young ii
Johnson, who was moved into the
ratings at number nine. Brian
London of England sank from
eighth place clear out of the rat...,
ings because of his defeat by
champion Floyd Patterson.

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id lost record, 58 per cent. forward W. C. Carter NEw YORK, June 8 (UPI)
being to the with a 9.2 average and 40 per The International League needed rittagel PIPELINE'
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Intl; and one cent, ane, guard Harry Reid with a slide rule today to ,compute ev q,,
a 5.3 average and per cent. its standings. k
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r last place today.
Richmond and Miami closed iip ,'
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Sugar Ray Robinson .as world
Bouchee, Phil 46 168 28 55 .327
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1 ui. 16., .b1 I ti, ,,,,, White, St. L 42 138 20 45 .326 though Carmen Basilio and Gene
magazine sided with the independ
ent New York State Athletic Com.; t
. PRODUCTION 1i rt A.'" T7fr, ,. ..2!,.1. Easiem Mobsiers N,,,' Pinson, Cinci 50 206 43 67 .325 Feruolwlmner. fight for the "v a c a n t" ission, which ,refused to vaeatel
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1 i
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Cimoli, St. L 47 187 28 59 .316 -Lightweig
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Brown gets the "fi4ter-of-the- Boxing Assn. had stripped
for inactivity on May 4. him
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out knockout over Paulo Rog.
Heavyweight Alonzo Johnson NBA championship would split
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of Braddock, Pa has been boost boostla
la boostla Out Of Californ" ,. r., ,., ., tt, ,
vv- ..),.',:.413t,' 4-- ''' ;,, 4,.-:..r Kuenn, Det 41 163 20 57 .350
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SAN FRANCISCO CUPI)--East- .,
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. vic. 61 Kaline, Det iBnansmiran
publication he concemed," it ',
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Some earn. ern mobsters were warned 7ester- , N. N, -P:',r!P' f .., '''' : 48 191 26 63 .330 ed into the top 10 contenders for this
thsaeid,world title for the first time 1
, day to stay out of boxing in Cal- t ,f;t i ,- -'' ,r.. 4.:''3,P ',A,Nr', t' '4' Lem if z Mantle, NY
. t ', ifornia in the wake of the attack 40 151 34 48 .318 tory over big Nino Valdes.
Light heavyweight contender gn'i'ztehe RRobiningsowin Ilascohnotinmeure tat) i
running...
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43 163 28 49 .301 upset victory over Tony Anthony thDe ewsp.oirtled ictarloran.'R' ow y ,,
0 threatening telephone call to pro- 1,0,,ikettl,,, .P : '3:fr ,,,,k44 irli;
9 '' r away...Dave moter Don Chagin of Oakland.
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t Tuttle KC 44 147 24 44 .299
Royal Orbit Goes good
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Sill liallif I 1111 all," Doug Hayden of the state
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:, town knew bcoenrtea
among heavyweight contenders ,L;
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Eastern mobsters come out here 'A '- 0,,' Aaron, Braves 48
', i, that trouble 4 I NArhai 'hik yOti: Banks, Cubs 48
4, In Peter Pan Today Johnson, who was moved into the z, ',.,...,,
ratings at number nine. Brian ,,,-
' if they know what they can expect." ,,,16.,.. , Cepeda, Giants
-and women Hayden, who is chief special
agent for the Pacific Telephone ".1"..4
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- Mathews, Braves
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- ------- eighth place clear out of the rat.", ,,,,,4
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M 3, NEW YORK (UPD-Royal Or Or:
: Or: :I were close
the call to Chagin was from out ,,,' ,.' bit, easy winner of the Preakness 6.5
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wards the $125,000 added Behnont
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41,1, :$1,44,1,4,0,, ii Aaron, Braves 15 classics to be run a week iattr.
"Those jokers who beat up 'hO4r(4440. 44-, Robinson, Reds 14 Enteree, against Royal Orbit. a 1
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Az, .., ,..f.-, ,,,4 4 ,',2.'' Leonard didn't appear to be too Banks, Cubs 13 young thoroughbred giant which
professional," said Hayden. "They Sr, worp,t, It, ,,! t, 1,,. ,,, ( Cepeda, Giants 12 iia I
PICIIIRE ABOUT THAT
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seems to grow bigger and strong- ttr,N,
'r we MARTHA HYER ARTHUR KENNEDY hit him over the head with a ne negation
gation negation jug that, was in his ga garage.
rage. garage. I'm sure they just wanted
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Ey JOHN MORRISSEY :1:00 a.m. Monday throughThurs.! '' ''' :Ii":',Y:-' e--- N '"',,Pen "' :;f.,.::. 4 ,:4,m,,t.r. 't! ;''h1.4, ,..,,,'
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, By ROCKY GRAZIANO
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SUMMIT, N.J. (UPI) Teel!
,I dunno how Ya spells it. Maybe
thief. Maybe crook or even ban ban,
, ban,
lit.
I been bearin' for years how
boxin' is da crookedest sport in da
won& Bin believe me, buster, da
Ms in the' busted beak Mkt!
Ass got a lot to loin. -,,,.;?,
Like golf., .,
't A lot 'of us celebrities goes out
to Canoe Brook Country Club
,, Wednesday. I got to figger, right
.off, that I'm' as slick as the next
one, or maybe even two. After
- Ill, I been around. And around
and around. An yez can take that
perpendickular or even, horizontal.
Because is I alivays sez, I 'am
the onliest guY what ever decked
, Bay Robinson, even if be has to
trip ever me body.
,
,
IMO CROWD
Anyhow, there are all us eele eele1
1 eele1 ,, brines, guys rlika,Jim the Greek,
who is tryM' 'to get twits to one
old Rock won't beat anybodif,
. and ether assorted characters
Iike Flophouse Freddie from 'Tea 'Teaneck,
neck, 'Teaneck, Buddy Hackett,' S a in m y
' Kaye, git it, has won a few mar marbles'here
bles'here marbles'here and yon in -this dodge..
,i' Anyhow, a guy nametlkslrearless
, i taley ilea to me sotto innocent
JOt WI
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,,I,I, Mark.-;Now I been around, y'un y'unJill:
Jill: y'unJill: nerstand, so I' Wu kinda coy-like,
': InallbstblitotWil L'hs11aunvet' wwt) 1;:t111,
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' : So he ; get Well Vwon't do quite
that good .04'4 play --yez even
, and rightl,iinitV, IL got Ao ligger k I
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, tve!re playin,11 IOW a real sweet
. lookia' little potato named 'Bar 'Bar:
: 'Bar: bare Itomack ,edon't hardly ,:' get
4 My mind off the ', fact, t that I'm
, loan' soma qf :that', hard 'earned
' (bellevorne' television dough I
been rackin' up wit tea towman
genie ready a fall teevee series
ot
i me add, right cheer,' that In this
, ,bit I'm ea Olual,a' prettr tough

I t'oolde who does all the. hard
: -.work and gets the smallest chunk
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fired 971 pointa in t e pistol. l
PANAMA'S MOST POPULAR REQUEST SHOW :
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' AnYhow, wheh this bum flogs (NEA) Be- CHICAGO (UPI) Now Bill 47
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' eoe over int di- woods, why I cause there is no strain on Ms Veeck is giving away pizza. He I AkA DENVER (NEA) George Lee. 0
mil( watiSkPeAeNN SECURE Outboard Llotors
, whipa ono right in behind hint. So arm, 'Whitlow wyatt, pitching S
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presented free pizzaa to tht first guard on the Michigan basket. -,
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::., ,.1,.. we. agora Into da back room, coach of the Milyaukee Braves, I 2,000 fans at' Wednesday's game ball team, will join the D-C Truck- "Ic"e. cord Sesston" ,-
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"Junior, I would not like to
bust you a clobber on the crock crockery
ery crockery but youse must rethember
that am the great Rocky Gra Graziano,
ziano, Graziano, one of the celebrities at
this here affair, a star of televi television,
sion, television, radio and the prize ring.
And if you don't mess up a -few
holes and let me get even, some somebody
body somebody is gonna get a bust in the
snoot, and don't mean the great
Graziano."
So we comes up to the 18th
green all even..
Now at this point there is a po police
lice police eat parked just outside the
ropes and tliis here l'eariess, Vra Vraley
ley Vraley walks over to me and sex "1
would like for you to meet Illy
friend, Lootenant Hackensemidtt,
who is not onb, 'the frmer heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight rassan' coamplon
Joisey but is also a John Law."
Then the buin knocks in a 15
foot putt to beat me.
Teef I
Along The Fairways
Summit Hills Golf and Country
Club was scheduled to, hold its
regtdar monthly Mixed scotch
foursome golf tournament at
p.m. this atkernoon. A Seagram's
V. O. Whiskey hour will be held
starting at 4:30 p.m. for all com comers
ers comers with Seagram's drinks on the
house.
These tournaments ire open to
any -and all Isthmian golfers. All
golfers are urged to line up their
own partners and foursomea.
, Players will tee off from each
tee and' eeiective drives will be
played. Three-quarters handicap
lowance will be used to determine
the wirmers of the Many prizes
with, a low gross prize being a awarded.
warded. awarded.
Summit's Chef Antonio Will put
tf
out a buffet turkey dinner at OM
per plate at 6 p.m. with the Jeta
furnishing dance music at 11 p.m.
d
WOOD IS ANSWER
Cincinnati (NEA) Asked
why .he uses the heaviest bat, 40
ounces, on the Cincinnati club,
Johnny Temple, who isn't built
like a football trackle, simply
says. that it enables Mtn to get
more wood Off the ball.
( SPANN SECURE
Milwaukee (NEA) Be Because
cause Because there is no strain on Ms
arm,'"Whitlow wyatt, pitching
coach of the Milyaukee Braves,
predicts that Warren Spahn will
be able to. take his regtdar turn
lot three more years.

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,
urran
By JOHN MORRI5SKY
NEW YOE K(NEA)-- At 79,
James Curran is the dean of Am American
erican American track and field coaches.
Curran is rounding out a half
century at Mercersburg Academy
and it looks like he's good for
another 50 years.
The spry eld coach doesn't re recall
call recall offhand how many -meeta
teats have won out of the more
than 500 they have been in, but
he says,,"We won a heck of a
lot more than we lost."
The coach took off his brown
jacket, leaned back in his chair
and reached back for bygone
days.
"When I came to the Acad Academy,"
emy," Academy," he said, "100 to 150 boys
would turn out for track. Last
year we had 50, which isn't too
bad. Nowadays everybody wants
to play football and, basketball.
They, want a 'sport in which they
handle a ball.
LA.,11U Ob ILIIMAZ
"Over the years I think the
greatest change has taken place
in distaxce running. We used to
have a lot more distance runners.
Most boys have cars now. They're
not used to walking. In the old
days they'd hike in the woods or
walk to town. Now they ride
everywhere in hot rods and what,
not."
1.EMIWMID
Curran, who resembles and talks
like actor Barry Fitzgerald,
was born lit Galashtels, Stotland,
came to America when he vas 27.
One day in 1908, after losieg his
steel mill job,' he went t Phila Philadelphia's
delphia's Philadelphia's Franklin Field for
track meet. He Tan into a ground
keeper from his home town who
introduced him to Mike Murphy,
tbe famous Pennsylvania track
coach.
"Murphy," Curran recalled,
"asked me what I wanted. I said
a job. When he asked me ii I
knew anything about rubbing down
runners, I said no. Murphy said,
'Always say yes when asked if
you can do something. The worst
that can happen is they'll fire you.
I got the job and stayed there
until 1910, when Murphy recom recommended
mended recommended me for the coaching job
at Mercetsburg."
ItIn his tong career, the coach
hid one day tha,t stood out., We,
Ate ethers.
"I had a boy," Carran
,"named, Albert Robinson who
broke two records at the Inter Interscholastic
scholastic Interscholastic Meet at Penn State in
1913. He ran the 100 in 9.6 and
the 220 in 20.8. He was the first
one to run the 220 in less than
21 seconds.
"We've had some great teams.
My own boy, Jimmy, who was
1 on the Princeton track team,
wasn't, good enough to make my
team.'
Curran, who broke into the
coaching business under the fa father
ther father of movie star George Mur Murphy,
phy, Murphy, has had boys under his wing
at the Pennsylvania prep 36001
who made their marks in show
business.
"Jimmy Stewart," he pointed
out, "was a high jumper. John
Payne threw the javelin, and Dick
Foran, he's in cowboy movies,
was a shot putter.
"I've enjdyed every moment
of my life at the Academy," con coneluded
eluded coneluded Jamea Curran.
1
"Why, One daY WAS digging
up the jumping pit when John
Coolidge, the President's son,
came along. John, who was the
team Manager, said, 'Coach,
dig up that pit."John,1 I told
him, 'this is a wonderful coun country.
try. country. Here I am an immigrant
and I have the President's son
digging a pit for me.'
Tagalongs
Get Tioney
INGLEWOOD, Calif (NE)k)The
thing to do, iryou want a classic
winner, ic to go to England and
buy a horseany kin of a tho thoroughbredand.
roughbredand. thoroughbredand. pick up another
as a sort of afterthought.
Well -publicized is the fact that
the Blue Grass Stakes and Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky Derby winner, Tomy Lee,
was acquired at Newmarket more
or less as a travelling compa companion
nion companion for Tuleg.
stavu kliCg
Another tagalong purchase
which did right well in this con.
try was a colt bought by Fred
Tomer, Jr., fellow resident of
Midland, Tex., Ralph Lowe. In Included
cluded Included merely as part- of a pack.
age wkh several more highly.re.
garded individulds' was Gallant
Man.
CLEARAIKE SALE
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The' 1959 Summer Program will
tet widerway at the Diablo Gym Gymnasium
nasium Gymnasium on Monday, June 1 at 8
a.m. -No formal -registration Avill
be necessary, however whenever
a' child ;;ointi a regularly schedul scheduled
ed scheduled activity he should attend some somewhat
what somewhat regularly t6 gain maximum
benefit and enjoyment.
, This year's scheduled of acUvi- 1
ties is:
:1:00 a.m. Monday throughthurs.!
day Supervised Play (outdoor
and indoot games of iow orgari..1.,
lion)
9:00 Monday through Thursday
- -D and E League Basketball (e (equivalent
quivalent (equivalent to farm league baseball
in size ,and age)
9:00 Monday through Thursday,
- Archery (boys and girls of alll
ages.- Only requirement is ability I
to string bow) I
10:00 Mtinday through Thursday
- Stunts and tumbling classes to
be arranged according to number
enrolled.
10:00 Monday through Thursday
B and C League Basketball (e
quivalent to Little League and
early Teenagers baseball in size
and age)
11:00 Monday through Thursday
'A League Basketball '(equivalent
to Teenage and high school base baseball
ball baseball in age and size)
1:00 p.m. Monday through Thurs Thursday
day Thursday Story Hour for the small
fry
2:00 Monday through Thursday
Small fry games and contests
1;00 Monday through Thursday
Teenage Games and Contests
1:00 wart, through Thursday
Outdoor Activities and challenge
games for otherwise unscheduled
groups.
3:00 Monday through Thursday
, Basketball scrimmages as ached acheduled
uled acheduled Weigh-training and body-build
hit (partitipation limited to those
with parent permission)
4:00 Monday through Thursday
Basketball court available f o r
group reservation, games, serim
mates, etc.
1 Friday mornings are set aside 1
for tournaments and contests in
tbe regularly scheduled activities.
7:00 9:00 Tuesday evenings,'
"Ladies Night," conditioning and
recreaticnat activities. Opportuni Opportuni:
: Opportuni: ties for free-play and supervised
play are available throughout the
day for those not wishing to par participate
ticipate participate in organized activities.
. Outdoor games include softball,1
kickball. broom-golf, and tennis.
i Teenage indoor games include
, badminton, volleyball, deck tennis.
Challenge games include such
, games as ping-pont, tennis, quiet
games, etc. in which an individual
! wishing to play "challenges" the
winner.
1 Swings, merrygo roundit.. see see,
, see, saws and jungle-gums are avail available
able available in areas near the gymnasium.
1 A responsible adult should wont wont!'
!' wont!' pally small children in these areas.
Inter -' playground tournaments
, have been set 'up in tennis, bat bat)
) bat) ketball, volleyball. ping-ping, bas
ketball, fout shooting and &rebe &rebe1
1 &rebe1 ry. Regular attendance at sched schedI
I schedI uled sessions is a prerequisite-for
; participation in these tournament,.
1 Stew Brown, Junior Co I leg e
coach, will supervise the program
with the issistance of Mrs. Louise
. Manses, director of Elementary
1 Physical -Education at the Diablo
, Elementary Sehool and James Ri Ri,
, Ri, ley. former Junior Conde.
From Hine ribbons, candy, bal baloons,
oons, baloons, ete. will, be given to out out!
! out! standing Participants in the vari
ous activities. However. the when
' and where of these ,awards will
i not be announeed.,You must be
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Hillsdale To Carry
Heaviest Weight
Of Career Today
INGLEWOOD, Calif. (UPI)
Hillsdale picks up the heaviest
in post of his career today when
he faces seven rivals in the $50,-
000 Argonaut Handicap at Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood Park.
C. W. Smith's speedster accept accepted
ed accepted an assignment of 128 pounds
for the mile dash as he will try
for his third, stakes victOrr of the
meeting and sixth of the year hi
quest of "horse of the year" hon honors.
ors. honors. The four-year-old, 'Hinsdale. is
the nation's leading money-winner
for 1959 with earnings' of
$270,250 thus far and a chance for
soMe $30,000 additional if he wins
today.
k in th dr
Hillsdale WAS y e aW
for post positions, getting the
number one spot which vvill per permit
mit permit him to save ground on the
rail although colt normally
does not try to set the pace.
1 Two of the ;three horses that
finished noses away from Hills Hillsdale
dale Hillsdale in the $112,900 Califorulan
two weeks ago were back for an another
other another shot at the Indiana coils,
Amerigo, carrying 114 pounds,
and Terrang with-.122 were e,..
pected to battle it 0.'1. '-
Hillsdale, while Hglsdale added
five pounds off ntit
win, Amerigo and Terrang ;howl
up seven pounds each.
Also in the Argonaut 'field was
Nasrullah, ,the only horse
Hillsides has not' niet at Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood Park this sato.' Vleet Nag Nagrullah
rullah Nagrullah won the Premiere Handl Handlcap
cap Handlcap but a spell' of sickness pre prevented
vented prevented him from going in either
the Los Angeles or Californian
which Hillsdale won.
Fleet Nasrullah carries ,11,5
pounds while Seaneen is in with
How Now 115, Whodunit 7,108
and the Searcher 102.
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CHICAGO (UPI) Now Bill
Veeek is giving away plus. He
presented free pizzas to the- first
2,000 fans at Wednesday's game
between the White Sox and Ori
Mel. He even supplied them with
towels to clean their, fingers.

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Schools Playground Program
At Coco Solo Gymnasium

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Followings is the scheduled for
the'Coco Solo Schools Playground
Program:
Monday 9:0040:00 -- Newcom1:1-
10:00-11;00 Kickball.
11:00-12:00 Tennis for Juhior
and Seiiior High Students: Bowl Bowling
ing Bowling for 10-12 year age group.
1:00-2:00 Volleyball for Junior
and Senir High Students.
2:00-4:00 Basketball.
3:00-4:00 Bowling for 13 years
and up group.
4:00-5:00 Free Play.
Tuesday -- 00-10:00 Arc Arcery
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Story Howl, 1,01,, Organized
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10:00-41:00 Archery for 12
years and up gtoup, Newcomb.
11:00-12:00 7 Tennis, Junior and
Senior Highl,Bowling, 10-12 years
age group.
1:00-2:00 Junior and.
Senior High:
2:00-4:1)0 --, Basketball.
4:00-5:00 Free! Play.
'Wedneaday 000-12:00 Inter Interolaygrounct
olaygrounct Interolaygrounct 1:00-2:00 Volleyball, Juntbr and
Senior High;
2:004:00
3:00-4:00, --- Bowling, 13 years
and up group.
400-5:00 Free Play.
Thursday 9:00-10;00 Arch Archery.
ery. Archery. S-11 years age group, Story
Hour; Low organized Games.
10:00-11:00 Archery, 13- years
Ind up age group, Kickball.
11:0042:00 Tennis, Junior and
Senior High; BoWling, 10-12 yedrs
age group,
1:00-2;o0 Volleyball, Junior and
Senior High. t
2:00-4:00 Basketball.
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by three points.
.tii g:11 McKee was the only 15th Naval
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f? pisf? ,:fite..! tol event, while he, Parks and
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10:0041;00 Archery, 12 years
and up age group, Newcomb.
11:00-12:00 Tennis, Junior and
Senior High; Bowling, 10-12 years
age group.
1:00-2:00 Volleyball Junior
and Senior High.
2:00-2:00 Basketball.
3:00-4:00 Bowling, 13 years
and up age group.
4:00-3:00 Free Play.
This program will start June 9
at the Coco Solo gymnasium lo
cated in Building 31. There is no
registration- fee for this program.
It is free. Swimming classes will
be held at the Coco Solo poolreg poolregistration
istration poolregistration will be at the pool.
These classes are also free.
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15th Naval District
Rifle Team 4th In
Atlantic Fleet Shoot
The 15th Naval District rifle
team placed fourth and the pistol
team placed tenth last week in
the Atlantic Fleet Rifle and Pis.
tol Championships, sccording to a
teletype message received trom
Dam Neck, Va., site of the match matches.
es. matches.
nigh individual pistol shooter
was. GMC Ivan N. McKee, who
fired a 5381(800 to take second
place among 111 tompetitors.
Tops in individual rifle shoot shooting
ing shooting was ETC towelt W. Parks,
who placed seventh with a 457x
500 among 138 entrants., He top
ped McKee, who finished ninth,
by three points.
McKee was the only 15th Naval
District medal winner in the pis pistol
tol pistol event, while he, Parks and
John D. Meloy won medals for
ehooting.,
The team's final aggregate rt.
fie score was 1298 points. They
fired 971 points in .the pistol.
JOINS TRUCK E RS
DENVER INEA)-- George tee,
guard on the Michigan basket basketball
ball basketball team, will join the D-C Truck Truckers
ers Truckers for the 1959-60 season. The
'Truckers are the National Indu3-
, trial Basketball League cha mpions.

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,,-,1 Tops in individual rifle shoot shoot.
. shoot.
ing was ETC Lowell W. Parks,
omml who placed seventh with I 457x f I
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FOR RENT:Modern two bed bedroom
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cool, maid's room, garage. Poto Potomar
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Calle Alberto Navarro, Tel. 2-
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FOR RENT:--Modern two bed bedroom
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Phone 2-2883 or 3-1318.
FOR RENT:Beautiful two bed bedroom
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Living room, dining room, ter terrace,
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FOR RENT:Furnished apart apartment,
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phone 3-2568.
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kitchen. balcony. Corner of 50th
street and Ricardo Arias No. 17.
$72.00. Phone 3-4994.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
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$73.00. Phone 3-4994.
FOR RENT;---Best located small)
furnished apartment. Clean and
independent. Excellent neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. 43rd Street No. t3.
Rail Stocks Rise
As Industrials
Conlinue Jo Fp
NEW YOR IC(1.7PW Rails
carried the ball for the stock
market, rising more than a point
on average after nine sessions of
decline, while industrials muttered
their fifth straight drop.
Interest in the rails was spurred
by three things: Report of sharply
higher earnings for the class I
roads, a earloadins figure which
topped 1957 for the first time this
year, and an optimistic forecast
by the head of the Pennsylvania
Railroad.

ads, a earloadings figure whichlSen Fu flail! Says
pped 1957 for the first time this, ---
ar, and an optimistic forecast
, the head of the Pennsylvania
ailroad. Senate Confirmation
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Gains in the rails, despite some
te shadings of prices on realizing:11 Reid improvident
fPnrictri no a a ,,,,,h,d- 1. 151- T. i

late shadings of pricres
extended past a point in Rock Is Island
land Island and Kansas City Southern,
with major fractional improve improvement
ment improvement in Atlantic Coast Line, Ches Chesapeake
apeake Chesapeake Ohio, New Haven and
Pennsylvania.
At the opposite extreme, tobac tobaccos
cos tobaccos were hit hard, with losses of
nearly points in American To Tobacco,
bacco, Tobacco, close to 2 in Philip Morris
and Reynolds as the American
Cancer Scoeity announced lans
for a massive anti-smoking cam campaign
paign campaign aimed primarily at teen teenagers.
agers. teenagers. Johnson Sz Johnson, which spurt spurted
ed spurted 4 points Thursday after an announcement
nouncement announcement of a new drug which
it says can dissolve blood clots,
rose nearly 2 points. Pfizer gained
over 2 but American II o m e
Products was cut more han 5
points,
There were gains of a point or
more in Eastman Kodak, Good Goodrich,
rich, Goodrich, General Mills, Eaton Manu Manufacturing,
facturing, Manufacturing, Borden, Kennecott and
a 412 points ise in Newmont

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IDISOBEDIENT DEATH
NEW YORK RIP1)--A youth
drowned yesterday shortly after
his father fother forbade hint to
go skindiving. Neighbors heard
Murray Fligleman tell his SOn
Jerry, 17, "1 forbid you to go
skindiving." Later in the day
Manhattan Beach swimmers
, eard the youth's enies for help
but he drowned before they
reached him.
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1 Automo6,ilee
FOR SALL-1948 Oldsmobilp,
automatic transmission, duty
Paid. Good transportation. auel
house No., 0257-D, Aye. Ridge
Gamboa.
FOR SALE: Sunbean Alpine,
sport car in fine conditions. For
information call 3-1141 be between
tween between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. and
after 5 p.m. 3-3069.
FOR SALE:-1952 Mercury se sedan
dan sedan 4 door, Mer-A-Matic 5375.
Call Balboa, 2871.
FOR SALE:--1959 Thunderbird,
WW tires, low mileage. Car like
new. Color Black. Call 36-444
evenings. 3-1594 working hours.
FOR SALE:--1950 Oldsmobile
4-door seda n, good running
order Price $225.00, 1558-A
Calabash, Balboa after 4 'p.m.
FOR SALE:-1958 Ford 2-door
8 cyl., with radio. Phone 36-356,
Coco Solo Anytime.
FOR SALE:----Ford Fair lane 500,
Victoria Hardt p, 1955 with
Overdrive, two-tone ivory and
black, radio, and WSW tires.
Very good-looking economical
car, excellent condition. $1075,
No 750-B, Balboa Road, Tel. 2-
3745.
FOR SALE: 1957 Coronet
Dodge hardtop. powerflyte. Ps,
wsw, tropical overhead, excellent.
$1840.00. Balboa 6370.
FOR SALE: Singer roadster
1953, good motor, tires, inex inexpensive
pensive inexpensive transportation. Ford Vic.
toria 1954, new tires and bat battery.
tery. battery. radio. excellent condition.
Balboa 2-6325' (4:30 to 6:30-
onb,) see at 222-A, Ancor'.
FOR SALE:Ford 1950 black
and white. dual exhaust, skirts
lowered. Very good condition.
Phone Gamboa 256.
FOR SALE:-1955 Pontiac Star
Chief 4 door sedan, hydramatic.
Excellent condition. Qtrs. 111,
Albrook, phone 86-4144.
FOR SALE:Good second car
1950 V8 Food 4 door. Good
tires. Just what you need for
going to work. Call Curundu
7116 after 4 pm.
Fiat Station Wagon
1959 4 Door ,-,- 3,000 milat
Motores de Franc lat'SA.
Renault Agent If ,r
,Tel. 24219. 7.'
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Morris Minor Cony.
1954 -- New Tires
Motores de Francis, S.A.
Renault Agency
Tel. 2-1219.
FOR SALE:-1958 Opel 7000
miles $1465. Coco Solo 355.
WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen. J.
William Fulbright (D-Ark.) said
today the Senate's confirmation of
Ogden R. Reid as ambassador to
Israel was discouraging to efforts
to improve American diplomacy.
1 The Senate co'nfirmed the 33
year old Reid by a voice vote
Thursday night despite a warning
bv Fulbright. chairman of the
Foreign Relations Committee, that
the action would be "improvident
and irresponsible."
Fulbright said he would contin continue
ue continue to fight for "more qualified"
appointments but that "it's a very
discouraging prospect."
At his Purchase. N. Y., home,
Reid said he would have no com comment
ment comment on Fulbright's remarks.
"Obviously tnY wife and are
very pleased with the action of
the Senate," he said.
It sv.,s a Pp a rent that while
many Dem ocr a ts shared Ful Fulbright's
bright's Fulbright's feeling about Reid's lim limited
ited limited experience, they were unwil unwilling
ling unwilling to alter the tradition that a
Preqident is entitled to have the
kind of man he wants.
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Braber's Son Has
1st Perfect Mark
In Clemson History
CLEMSON, S. C. (UPI) Carl
Bailey has trimmed the heads of
thousands of Clemson College stu students,
dents, students, but none had more inside
it than his own son's.
Joe Bailey, son of the campus
barber shop operator, will receive
a degree in ceramic engineering
Sunday with a perfect academie
record, the first in Clemson's 70-
3rear history.
MINS TOLL RISES
MERLEBACH, France
The death toll in last eek's
mine explosion st nearby Sainte SainteFontaine
Fontaine SainteFontaine rose to 16 today when
miner Johannes Rene, 33, died of
burns. Rene was one of 33 miners
injured in the fire damp explosion
rocked the mine near this town in
central France.

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FOR SALE:Two 9xI2 rugs,
perfect condition. Bargain. House
2235. Carr St., Balboa, C.Z.
FOR S A L E: Encyclopedia,
American educator, phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-2602.
Tropical Fish complete Betts
hatchery for sale Francis Mil las
Neave Las Cumin's'.
FOR SALE:--All kind of boxes
and cartons, Fabrica Caietas Clof Clofford,
ford, Clofford, Calle Q 21. El Econmico.
Tel. 2-0192.
FOR SALE: Wringer washer
$40.00, baby bathinette, $5.00;
baby jump chair. $6.00; phone
Balboa 6370.
FOR SALE:--Leaying the country.
Beautiful French and ltalion
paintings framed. Calle 33a 3-59
1st. floor. after 2 p.m.
Young man, North American
wishes to share apartment. Trav Travvele
vele Travvele 34 time. 3-1427. 7:30
3:30, 3-1971 after 4:30.
WANTED:Completely furnish furnished
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tember SePtember in Panama. Write A. M.
Collins, Boquete, Chiriqui, after
July 25th. Call 3-2534, Panama.
WANTED:Worit for my maid,
15 years references. Phone 5-
559.
I Special Offers
WANTED:Bilingual secretary
with good knowledge of short shorthand
hand shorthand and typing. Please send all
the necessary information and
experience with picture and sal salary
ary salary desired to: Application to
Position. P.O. Box 5295, Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, R. P.
WANTED:Radio technician for
full time employment. Anil,
Peikard Zona Libre, S. A. Colon
Free Zone.
WANTED:Analytical Chemist,
superienca in quantitative analy
sis. in-organic branch. SELEC
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Florida Payoff Scandal Involves
Aide To Republican Congressmen

CLEARWATER, Fla. (UPI)
Two Tampa men, one the broth brother
er brother of gambler Santo Trafficante,
surrendered today on charges of
being part of a Bo lita payoff
scheme involving two St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg Republican leaders.
Frank Trafficante and Primo
Lazarra, accompanied by attorney
Frank Ragano, surrendered to
Sheriff Don Genung on charges of
bribery, conspiring to bribe and
sinspiracy to violate lottery laws.
Arrested earlier on the same
charges were St. Petersburg Post Postmaster
master Postmaster William H. Bowes and at attorney
torney attorney C. Ray Smith. Bowes is a
former administrative assistant to
Republican Congressman William
C. Cramer and Smith, a former
county attorney, WEIS at one time
Cramer's law partner.
The scandal has brought on
Democratic predictions that
Cramer, Florida's only Republi Republican
can Republican congressman, will be defeated
if he seeks re election next
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FOR SALE: Kenmore 1957,
automatic drys', $175.00. Otte.
29SL-A Albrook AFL Fhons 36.
3102 can bo men anytime allot
3:00 a.m.
FOR SALLLeaving
tidy, selling 1; cubic feet G.E.
refrigerator, Matie Chof stove
wiclock and oven window, 1958
Chevrolet Impala, sport, hard top,
all like new. Call 3-1566.
FO RSALE:--Westinghouse dry dryer,
er, dryer, 12' G.E. Upright fr
sidewalk bike; poitable tteewrit tteewriter;
er; tteewriter; 11" Dumont TN.; Zenith
Transoceanic; Kenmersr sewing
machine. Albrook Qtrs. 39, phone
6142.
FOR SALLHousehold articles.
8544 Marini. Phone 3-2481.
FOR SALE::--Very cheap: bar.
stove, wardrobe mahogany, mir mirror.
ror. mirror. curtains, 44th St. No. 37
Apt. E. Tel. 3-3489.
FOR SALE:.1957 Phi Ico iv ivfrigerafor,
frigerafor, ivfrigerafor, 12 sm. ff. Call Albrook
86-5289.
FOR SALE:--Two 4 poster twin
bedC drerser, solid mahogany,
just refinished $120.00, One box
spring, excellent mattress, twin
sibs $50.00, metal spring, one
mattress $10.00. Rocking dash
chair, $7.00, C.Z. 2-6342.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE:
Fine mahogany dining room set
for bedroom sot. Phone 3-6351
FOR SALE:---Porcelain Westing Westinghouse
house Westinghouse dryer, new condition,
$125.00, Hollywood couch bed
$150.00. Two mahogany porch
chairs, $7.00. radio with 3 speed
record-player, S25.00. China
teapot, sugar and creamer $5.00.
Phone Balboa 2302.
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TV, Radios, Transitors
specialist. We service all makes
and models. We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. We guar guarantes
antes guarantes ltv
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Ave. 18-20, 2-190S.
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man Chairman James M. Milligan charged
Friday the scandal "evidences the
GOP in Florida has inaugurated
a poliey resembling the vicuna
coat episode' in Washington.
Frank Trafficante, who runs a
Tampa fruit market, is the broth.
er of Santo and Henry Trafficante,
both of whom have been Involved
in court actions connected with
bribery and Bolita activities.
Santo is also wanted by New
York police for questioning in the
Albert Anastasia murder. He has
been living for the past year or
more in Havana, Cuba, where he
holds large Interests in gambling
casinos.
Lazzara, who has had several
brushes with the law in Tampa,
and Trafficante were released un under
der under $10,000 bond eath, exactly
twice as much as was set for
Bowes and Smith. who were re released
leased released shortly after the indict indictments
ments indictments were issued Wednesday.
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FOR SALLLete 300 and I.000
meters, in the Noose
Urbanisation across the Romeo
Racetrack. AU leis with street
treats. sewage. water waist and
electricity. CaU W. Mc Barnett.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALE:Cbalet in Lae Cum Cumbre
bre Cumbre $15,000 ammo mod tile..
2 bedroom. 1 y2 bathroom, 210-
led St.. Casa Karel,. groom daily
for inspoction.
Miscilioneous
NURSERY SCHOOL:Open all
summer. Transportation provided.
Children VA to 5 years. Heusi
S75. Morgan Avenurt. Balboa.
eall Balboa 1214.
Children Of Airman.
Who Slabbed Wife
Flying To Stales
TOKYO (UPI)--Two infants left
motherless when a U.S. airman
fatally stabbed his wife will be
flown home to their maternal
grandparents in Dallas, Tex., the
U.S. Air Force announced Friday
night.
The children are Barbara Erb,
2, and her brother, Davi d, 2
months, whose father, T.Sgt.
Henry L. Erb, of Hankinson, N.D.
admitted the fatal stabbing of his
wife, Barbara, Wednesday.
The Air Force said the children
will be flown from Tachikawa
Air Base to Dallas next Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. They will be turned over in
Dallas to Mr. and Mrs. Manford
Lazeny, their grandparents.
Lt. Col. Herbert .T. Avise, of
Dallas City, Erb's command commandant,
ant, commandant, said the airman had agreed
to grant custody of the children
to the Lazenys. They have been
cared for since their mother's
death by friends of the Erbs.

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To Attend U S Jet Course

Diego Hurtado, control tower o operator
perator operator at Tocumen International
Airport, left Thursday for the U United
nited United States to attend a refresher
course in air traffic control. His
trip is being sponsored by the In International
ternational International Cooperation Adminis Administration
tration Administration (ICA), better known in
Panama as Point IV.
The purpose of the project is
to afford key personnel of the air
traffic control tower at Tocumen
1 Airport with an opportunity to
study the latest methods and teeh teehniques
niques teehniques of air traffic control.
Hurtado received his b e
control tower training in the U.
S. eight years a'go. He is return returning
ing returning at this time to study new
changes in operating procedures,
type of aircraft eontrolled and
quantity.
Tocumen is one of 10 interna international
tional international airlines operating schedule
'service, including jet engine pow power
er power aircraft. Plans have been com completed
pleted completed for early improvements re required
quired required for the large jet trans transports
ports transports which are expected here
soon.
Hurtado will train for approx approximately
imately approximately four months in control
towers at airports with operations
comparable to that now existing
and expected in the foreseeable
future at Tocumen.
Emphasis will be given to
three major areas:
1. Operation of modern large
transport type aircraft, with par-
Ocular attention to the new Jet
engine powered transports (Vis (Viseount
eount (Viseount and Boeing 707).
!legitimate Bids
n nation Doubled
burn Of 1940
VIA.S111. NOTON (UPI) Me
!lumber of illegitimate births
mped to 201,700 in 1957 from a
940 total of 89,500, the National
lOffice of Vital Statistics reported.
, Of the 1957 figure, 70,800 were
'whites and 130,900 were non
Whites.
The percentage of non, white
'births in the South was consider.
'ably higher than in other parts of
.the nation.
The breakdown by otates tor
4957 is:
Alabama-740 white, 8,028 non
white.
Georgia-1,042 white, 8,019 non nonwhite.
white. nonwhite. Florida-1,881,white, ?MS non nonwhite.
white. nonwhite. Louisiana-72S white, 8,732 non nonwhite.
white. nonwhite. Mississippi' IN white, 7,502
non-white,
North Carolina 1,558 white,
1,848 non-white.
South Carolina 878 white,
1,710 non-white.
Tennessee-844 white, 4,790 non nonvhite.
vhite. nonvhite. Virginia-1,904 White, 8,718 non nonNhite.
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By SAM SHULSKY
I have noticed in briny let letters
ters letters from retired folk that the
question of higher income vs,
worry is a freqtmet one.
I have also notice.that those
tiaders who have arrived at
some favorable. solution almost
invariably have leaned- toward
freedom from worry ,rather tyan
toward trying to get another $10
a year from their invest investment.
ment. investment. This is all hearsay with me. I
am still short of retirement -- a
few years and considerable' dol dollars.
lars. dollars. But judging from what I
read this, program seems,to make
sense. If you are retired and don't
agree, you probably are in a posi position
tion position to quote chapter and verse
on where Im wrong. But mean meanwhile
while meanwhile Q. I bold 200 Safeway, 100 Am.
Cyanan)id, 50 May and 102 Bell
1 and Howell. 6riginal cost was a a'bout
'bout a'bout $12,200; now worth over
522,00. I expect to be in Europe
for the last half of the year. It
would seem that with one ex.,
ception the- stoclis will not ad advance
vance advance further. If I were to sell
out now I could probably buy
them back at the same price or
less on my return. I shall not be
able to follow market trends
while I am away from home.
What do you think? I notIce age
has an influenc? on your decisions.
The first Prsident, I voted
for was McKinley.
A. You've raised a lot of Intel--
sting points.
I don't know what these stocks
will do over the balance of the
year.
But do think that V you're
going to fret abotit the market
you ought to sell out and have
a pleasant, unworried trip.
I say this also because, if you
voted for McKinley, you can af afford
ford afford to give up these excellent
growth stocks anyway in favor of
higher yield from- good qu'allty
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2. Combined operation et large
transport type, small training
and local feeder types of aircraft
from the same airport.
3. If practicable, training Itt
airports such as Miami, where
the above is combined with inter.
national passenger and cargo o operations.
perations. operations.
Panama control tower operator
Hurtado has contributed greatly
to the efficient operation of air
traffic control at Tocumen. In a
unique operational; propedure, Tor
cumen's Air route traffic control
is exercised by the N.S. Air Force.,
from Albmok -Air Force base
some 16 miles AW8, iS a pro
cedure involving frequent ex exchange
change exchange of ideas and consultationli
Hurtado acts as liaison in Such,
discussions and has assisted Cap Captain
tain Captain Juan Mas, chief of the 'Office
of Aviation, Safety, in the prepara preparation
tion preparation of proposed regulations for
Tocumen International Airport. He
has, alsd volunteered to work one
daY each week with the Albrook
Air Force Base Weather Detach Detachment
ment Detachment in order to improve the re reporting
porting reporting procedurep from Tocumen.

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issues. I would except from this
reasoning the May Co. shares
which are good .divided providers
and could remain in your. port portfolio
folio portfolio under any conditions.
Have a good trip. Don't give
the market another thought.
When- you come back I'm sure
you vAll find sensible invest..
ments available.
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Q. We. are retired on .pensioil.
Have $8,000 "in stocks and $8,
000 in cash plus real estate which
yields us $1,200 clear plus our
rent-free apartment. The proper properAy
Ay properAy worries us. We could seli
it and realize 843,000. Could wo
live on the income froM this ca capital
pital capital if we moved to the country;
or to Florida?
A. Figure it this way. Snit now
receive $1,200 income plus your
own rent. If you invested thli
$43,000 for income you could re receive
ceive receive about $2,100 a year. "I don't
know how much you would have
to pay for rent, But If it weren't
more than $900 a year, you
would do as well with the $43,-
00 invested as with the proper property
ty property you now have.
The $8,000 in stocks should
yield you about $400 a year and
the $8,000 in the bank anywhero
from $250 to $300 a year.
It would seem to me that It
vacancies, repairs, etc., are such
a burden and worry to you, you
would do far better to seU out
and enjoy your retirement even
if the total income worked out to
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previous year, according to Har Harris;
ris; Harris; Upham and Co. The firm
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W. E. Hutton and Co. notes
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Archer Daniels Midland
earning; for fiscal year ending
June 30 are expected to run on
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mon eommon share while $4 seems in the
real of attainment, according te
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11;:':- :7 Spa. Gaylord B. Stevensoe, now
:' r..',:',. Wine U.S. Army Signal Service,
, P I hit the silk before midnight. June
'i 5;,ast a squad leader in the 507th
','' Parachute Infantry, 82nd Airborne.
, .?. '', Another early jumper was Sic.
........ 2- William X. Elliott, of Mortar Bat Bat,
, Bat, '", tery, 1st Battle Group, 20th ai ai1
1 ai1 ,,, !',,, batty. MLitt then belonged to the
.' ", 50lat Parachute infantry, 101st
' Z -,:'- Airborneancestor of the STRAC
', -': battle group which took part in
I Ettercise Banyan Tree here in
! ,.,' Panama last Fe'oruary:
'1-' t Sfc Albert Serowlec jumped
' ..s. with tbe 501st Infantry, also. The
k ': firet.,person he saw as he landed
' was. then Maj. Gen. Maxwell D.
Talor commander of the 101st.
. ;
' Serowiec, then a squad leader
'. with-the 501st, is with the U. S.
'' Annty Ordnance Service here. He
' held a reunion with the general
.. when the chief of staff visited
.!, the command last January.
:. Sgt. Joseph A. Donahue, then
', el the 307th Parachute Engineer
' Pittalion, jumped into Normandy
''..: early on June 8. He is now as;,..-
signed to the 518th Engineer Com Com,'
,' Com,' patty (Combat). Coming down
: with the 326th Parachute Engi Engi'.:'
'.:' Engi'.:' Beer Battalion, 101et Airbone, as
:' private and rifleman was M M'',
'', M'', Sgt. Dennis J. Boralace now of
. .1 the USARCARIB School.
:., :Col. Carl A., Buechner, then a
: reiijor, hit the silk with the 506th
!','. Parachute Infantry, 101st Air Air..
.. Air.. bbrne. This regiment was com com,'.
,'. com,'. ., mended by Col. Robert E. Sink,
, noW a major general, command commanding
ing commanding the ritIn Airborne Corps
which is responsible for all Strat Strati
i Strati egie Army Corps unit in the U.S.
1
i Sink was chief of the Joint Bra BraA'
A' BraA' III-United States Military Commis Commis;
; Commis; Mon from 1955-57. Buechner cur currntlz
rntlz currntlz is chief of the U.S. Army
: Mission to Guatemala.
it'''''. 'A,-,,iite twe U.S. airborne divi divi".
". divi". 'slots landed between gilt. Mo.
.....,
, i' le-Sense and Care-tan to ha ha..,
.., ha.., ;,.. friss the Germ'''. ops in rear
'iI. 'ef .1.1titi beach, while VII Corps
t,e ',troop made their way in from
!tr: the U.S. Navy lending craft.
V-!;,, ',About 5 a.m. -in D Day an
..I-',' boUr and a haif before H. Hour
';',,' ..r., ...414gt. Barney E.. Toms land land;
; land; idle secure the De de Large, a a",
", a", bola three miles offshore trom
,' 'Utah Beach. He was a first lieu lieu1;
1; lieu1; ,,' tenant, platoon' leader with the
il' eth Cavalry Group. Within 15
.,, Immutes he was wounded by shell
,
fragments.
i''',' ,' "'Near noon on June 6, CWO
if James Eler, then a sergeant,
'' '' landed as a member of the 366th
,
t ,,,. :Fighter Bomber Group's control
' ; ,party. His unit came into the air air',
', air', :;' nOrlie troops' Ste. Mere liglise
Is .eombat area. Eler was a radio
t ,1 -' operator.
,L f:.,: At 6:30 a.m. men of the 4th In In,',0,,,
,',0,,, In,',0,,, ,1..,1 'entry Division came ashore at
,,4r. 'Utall"B2ach, while tne ist Lilian,.;,!..-
'try, 'Division struggled through
i:',,,,,J,4 thiC'obstacles at Omaha Beacn.
,. t' ..r. Zech was the spearhead for a
i3.:2. 'cOrps of the U.s. first Army.
, ?.', Meanwhile, to the north, divisions
; .'' of the British Second Army made
,i t their assaalt from the sea.
.
..1!,1, Col. Russell G. Spinsey landed
,:1:' tei Omaha about 9:30 a.m. in D D:.'i
:.'i D:.'i Day, as a company commander
.
:., vitt' the 18th Infantry, ist ',Lilian ',Lilian:I',
:I', ',Lilian:I', try Division. He is now chief of
.',.., lha U.S. Army Mission to Colom Colom,
, Colom, ',' bit.
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',i,,:',, beachhead with airborne units
'' brought in by ship. They made
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l through the fighting area to join
,, it,p with the airborne division. Lt.
, Col.-Robert L. Evans, of the US US'd
'd US'd AiSCARIB School, was a captain
.I) with the .327th Glider Infantry,
11, While Maj. James E. Davis, ad ad.'
.' ad.' ,-,. jutant of Fort Clayton, was a sec sec,
, sec, t ,' .. ond lieutenant with the 321st Air Air,t
,t Air,t horns Field Artillery Battalion.
3, :.,' 'Both units were from the 101st
' ' Airborne.
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1 ','' I lii-Sgt. Ambroae W. Flight hen hen.1.
.1. hen.1. f ?,:::... '' fled bre control for areas of the
l':;,;; -.beachhead from a ship just off off0:..,'
0:..,' off0:..,' 1 'lhore on June 6. He is now with
r'',' '.,!.,' OHS USARCAR1B School.
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...:.., -.,.15everal Army men were then
e,...:.::i.: Petty men aboard ships off the
i,,.,,,, With. Sgt. Casey L. Rogers of
,;.4 the. 518th Engineer Company
,, i:,;,!.42Combat), was a seaman aboard
,!...,':.i, the, La 553 on D-Day. The next
l',;:,;,,Ii',.'01.0,- Sgt. Noah J. Spence Jr., ar ar',1..,
',1.., ar',1.., iOrived with the 1ST 499 as a sea sea',
', sea', ''''.. :Titan, Spence now' is assigned to
,.., 't- Mortar Battery, let Battle Group,
" t:,.,:;', gOth,,Infantry. A gunner's mai(
ki.-',. tecond class on the USS Sirocco
r': '''. ii in action starting june 7 was
s' ;'', Sfe.,, William E. Jarnagin, now
..','',::,, ofi' II ',Company of the lst battle
'..':'' Croup.
,. ',', l'A When tho 1101sL Glider Rog!.
: v ',,,:istonit flaw into fields In the
r !,,,,.; ,10Ist Airborne combat area on
P! "lmso 7,, Pfc. David J. Phillips
,. 1 !, watt amonspthom. Ho 110W lit' et.
0: !;.ohinnost -to Haadquartors Comps.,
I; '.', Pty. 1st SOH Group,
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' ';',. rk: :Cap ,,, Obver L. Robbins, -of the,
i:r. r-,!..?,, 'JAY:Army Transportation Service,
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7 ieuttneat, rifle platoon leader
''' .., tivith the Zia-infantry, 2nd' Infan Infan'
' Infan' 'try pivision The samp day, Sfe.
.... Iloarren lt Idwards came in as,

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formandy Invasion Veterans
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-'D-Day in Normandy is still fresh in the memories of at least 14 veterans of U.S. Army Caribbean who were
e, as the 15th anniversary of the historic air and amphibious assault approaches. They range from colonels to
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sergeants.
All told, better than 50 members of the commandincluding Mej. Gen. Charles L. Dasherparticipated in the
itilStinandy campaign as the climactic battles began to conquer the Nazi armies in their stronghold.
?"..,:',,Parachutistsmembers of the 82nd and 101st Airborne Divisionbegan dropping in rear of the Normandy
iiachhead even before midnight of JUne 5 One of the pathfinders who was first to land from the air was Maj. Mk
C. Chester, then a first lieutenant of the 505th Parachute Infantry, 82nd Airborne DiViSiOn Chester now corn corninellcis
inellcis corninellcis the Jungle Warfare Training Center.

a private with the 299th Field Ar Artillery
tillery Artillery Battalion, 28th Infantry Di Division.
vision. Division. Leading the list of command
members who took part in the
Normandy campaign is Gen. Dash Dasher,
er, Dasher, then a colonel as assistant
corps artillery office of XIXth
!Corps. At the end of the Nortnan Nortnandy
dy Nortnandy campaign on July 25, and be be,
, be, ginning of the battle for Northern
France, he was promoted to com commanding
manding commanding officer of the 32nd Field
Artillery Brigade.
1 ,Col. John D. Coney, now coin coinsistant
sistant coinsistant G-3 for air in First Army
mander of Fort Clayton, was as as'
' as' sistant G-3 for air in First Army
headquarters, untit July 1 when
he moved up to the 12th Artny
1Group headquarters in the same
'assignment.
Col. A. A. Greene, and Col.
John C. Nickerson Jr., G-2 and
Ordnance officer. respectively, for
USARCARIB, commanded compa companion
nion companion field artillery battalions in
the 8th Infantry Division. Greene
had the 45th battalion, while
Nickerson headed the 56th.
Col. Clebert L. Hail, now chief
of the U.S. Army Mission to El
Salvador, was commander of the
318th Tank Destroyer Battalion.
Col. Henry Neilson, chief of the
U.S. Army Mission to Peru. a
battalion commander in the 331st
Infantry, .83td Infantry DiViSiOn.
Lt. Col. Roger P. Reeder. now
executive officer of the USAR USARCARIB
CARIB USARCARIB G-1 Section, was execu executive
tive executive officer of the 188th Field Ar Artillery
tillery Artillery Battalion. Maj. Joseph Bri Brigandi,
gandi, Brigandi, of the commands' Comp Comptroller
troller Comptroller Section, was a platoon
leader in the 134th Infantry, 35th
Infantry Division.
From B Company, lst Battle
Group 20th Infantry, MSgt.
James M. Harper is credited as
a corporat-seout insthe 29th In
fantry Division, while Sgti En.
rhino Elizondo was a machine
gunner in the 313th Infantry,
79th Infantry Division.
Representing C Company, lst
Battle Group are Sfe. James C.
Nevills, then a corporal in the
1642nd Truck Company, 6th Ar Armored
mored Armored Division; and Sfe. Corne Cornelius
lius Cornelius L. Lloyd, then with the 551st
Prisoner of War Guard Datch Datchment,
ment, Datchment, 3rd Armored Division.
M-Sgt. Robert L. Doney leads
the list of Normandy veterans
from A Company, lst Battle
Grou. He was a rifleman in the
47th Infantry, 9th Infantry Divi Division.
sion. Division. Sic. Herbert A. Jones was
a truck driver with the 28th In Infantry
fantry Infantry Division, while Sgt. George
Ala was a driver in the 12i6th
Engineers. Pfc. Arliss M. Simp Simpson
son Simpson was in an infantry squau of
the 99th Infantry Division, while
Sp4 Jose L. Lamour was assign assigned
ed assigned to the 245th Quartermastvr
Battalion.
Sic. 'James H. Keller and Sic.
Charlie J. A. Mills of Mortar Bat Battery,
tery, Battery, lst Battle Group, kept mor mortars
tars mortars firing in Normandy Keller
was a squad leader in the 109th
Infantry and Mills as a gunner
with the 320th Infantry, 35th In Infantry
fantry Infantry Division.
First Sgt. Ceal Anderson of D
Company, 34th Armor, served os
operations sergeant in the 36th
Armored Infantry Battalion, 3rd
Armored Division. Representing
the 518th Enginter Company as
Normandy veterans are M-Sgt.
Harold W. Woolridge, then a
communications technician fourth
with the 975th Field Artillery Bat Battalion
talion Battalion and Pvt. Gus Brown, who
was a first scout in the 115th In Infantry,
fantry, Infantry, 29th Infantry Division.
Leading an anti-tank platoon in
the 358th Infantry, 90th Infantry
Division as a second lieutenant
was CWO Florian F. Huinker,
now of the 50th Military Polk
Detachment. Sic. Raul S. Rodri Rodriguez,
guez, Rodriguez, then in the 40th Tank Bat Battalion,
talion, Battalion, 7th Armored Division, is
now assigned to the 549th MP
Company.
Also from today's 549th MP's
is Sic. Norberto Rodriguez, who
was a technical sergeant in the
245th Quartermaster.
Lt. Col. Alden P. Shipley was
a battalion commander in the
10th Infantry, 5th Infantry Divi Division;
sion; Division; while Maj. David A. Par Parsons
sons Parsons served as a first lieutenant
in the 639th Ordnance Mainten Maintenance
ance Maintenance Team. Capt. William F. Pol Pollard
lard Pollard was a first lieutenant in the
481st Anti Aircraft Artillery Au Automatic
tomatic Automatic Weapons Battalion. Sic.
Clifford W. Ralph was a captain
as liaison officer in headquarters
of the 90th Infantry Division. All
are assigned to the USARCARIB
School.
On duty as assistant G-e in
headquarters of Third Army was
Lt. Col. Burr E. Adams, now de deputy
puty deputy director for the Inter Amer AmerLean
Lean AmerLean Geodetic Survey.
, Now with the 937th Engineer
Company (Aviation) 1AGS) aro
M-Sgt. Carlos W. Delaney, who
was a first lieutenant platoon
leader in the 2ne) Engineer Bat.
tenon, 2nd Infantry Divisienz
- and Sp5. Nolan Self, then a
corporal driver in the 428th
Amphibious DUKW Company
(pronounced Duck).
Maj. Robert M. Altman, now

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of the command Surgeon's sec section,
tion, section, went to Normandy as a sec second
ond second lieutenant ammunition officer
in the 7th Chemical Depot Com Company.
pany. Company. Another 2nd Infantry Division
memberwas Sfc. Jesse C. Pate,
then a tank mechanic in the 707th
Ordnance Company. He is now
assigned to the U.S. ArmySignal
Communications Service at Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights.
M-Sgt. Era C. Hatcher, of the
U.S. Army Signal Service, led
a 57mm anti-tank gun squad in
the 314th Infantry, Infantry, 79th
Infantry Division.
Lt. Col. James C. Kelly com commanded
manded commanded one of the most popular
units on Omaha beachthe 40th
Finance Disbursing Section. His

Navy Officer Poppa Is Paid
Wide Tributes On Departure

Chief boatswain Clyde W. Pop Poppa,
pa, Poppa, Atlantic side warrant offi officar
car officar who has been described by
his men as "the best boatswain
in the Navy," is retiring.
The Cristobal Harbor Defense
Unit officer is scheduled to sail
aboard the MSTS transport Gib Gibbins
bins Gibbins Monday with his wife Eve Evelyn
lyn Evelyn and four children.
He will tie the knot on
years' service late this month,
Widely active in Atlantic side
Navy activities, Boatswain Pop
pa was accorded tributes from
many quarters on the approach
of his departure.
"I'm awfully sorry to be losing
him," said Lt. Lawrence A,
Clark, his officer-in charge at
HDU, Cristobal.
"He's the best boatswain I've
ever run across," said a Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal sailor with three hashmarks.
The 39-year-old boatswain has
been co-chairman of the Atlantic
side Navy Relief Drive, neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood commissioner of boy scout
activities at Coco Solo, chairman
of the Christmas Good Turn Proj Project,
ect, Project, and an active member oi the
Margarita Catholic Church.
At the orphans' Christmas par party
ty party last year, he played the role
of Santa Claus on a moment's
notice when the original Santa
didn't show up.
Since shedding his "boots" at
Great Lakes in 1938, Poppe has
carved out a distinguished ca career
reer career as a ship's boatswain's
mate, ferry boat captain, har harbor
bor harbor tug skipper, and, before
coming to Panama, ship's boat boatswain
swain boatswain of the aircraft carrier
Wasp.
For bravery in World War II
he was awarded the Silver Star,
the Navy's third-highest decora decoration.
tion. decoration. In 1944 Popp& was cited a again
gain again for helping put out a fire
aboard the LST 393 when "he
entered a smoke Mod tank
deck to bring the blaze under
control."
Originally from Mitchell, S.
Dak., CWO Poppa plans to re-en

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first stop after lInding was Ste.
Mere-Eglise. He now is executive
of the Finance and Accounting
Section for USARCARIB.
Maj, Wayne D. Le Fleur of the
Central Exchange Office, was a
first lieutenant with the 147th Mo Motor
tor Motor Vehicle Assembly Section.
CWO Walter Skeistaitis com commanded
manded commanded a battery of the 716th
Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion as
a captain. He currently is assign assigned
ed assigned to the 4th Gun Battalion, 517th
Artillery.
Maj. Frank J. Chieffalo, now
with the Quartermaster Section,
was assigned to the 4047 Quarter Quartermaster
master Quartermaster Truck Company which
went into action on the continent
on D-plus-six. He was a first lieu lieutenant
tenant lieutenant and executive officer of
the company.

BOATSWAIN CLYDE POPPA
,d
ter government service as a civi civilian,
lian, civilian, possible at Jacksonville, Fla.,
after retiring.
But before he leaves no less
than 39 men the entire crew
at HDU, Cristobalwill try to
persuade him to change his
mind and stay In.

Tough Requirements
For Naval Academy
Lauded By Board

WASHINGTON (UP1).--Tbe Na Naval
val Naval Academy board of governors
lauded officials of the Annapolis,
Md. institution today for their
plans to toughen entrance require requirements
ments requirements for would-be midshipmen.
In a report to President Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, the board also recom recommended
mended recommended a 20, per cent increase in
faculty salaries, additional faculty
research, lowering of the maxi maximum
mum maximum age for admission and other
improvements in the academy's
training program.
It commended Rear Adm.
Charles Melson, academy fill fillperintendent,
perintendent, fillperintendent, and his staff for
"excellent work" in turning out
well-trained Navy officers.
"In this time of important ad advances
vances advances in science and technology.
it is gratifying that the Naval
Academy is alert to the need of
reassessing its program to the
end that midshipmen obtain the
best possible education and train training,'
ing,' training,' the report said.

Anti-Castro
Plot Smashed,
Police Report

SANTIAGO, Cuba (UPI) Po.
lice announced yesterdav they
had smashed a counter-revolutionary
plot against the govern government
ment government of Premier Fidel Castro.
Police squads arrested 12 for former
mer former Batista men in raids on five
hideouts, and seized arms. am ammunition,
munition, ammunition, uniforms andother war
materials. an official announce announcement
ment announcement said.
The round-up of alleged counter counterrevolutionaries
revolutionaries counterrevolutionaries followed a night of
terror, during which police fought
two gun battles with unidentified
persons and thwarted an attempt attempted
ed attempted prison break.
'There have been feports of
growing monition to Castro's re regime
gime regime which took over Cuba Jan. 1
after forcing ex-dictator Fulgen Fulgencio
cio Fulgencio Batista to flee to ,the Domini Dominican
can Dominican Republic. Castro has not at attached
tached attached much importance to the
reports.

,

GREEN FOR THE MARINES In line for some extra "green"
in thli pay line 'next week will be these three local Leathernecks
who collected recent promotions. Advanced to corpotal were
Robert H. Kuhns (right) of Youngstown, Pa., and John F. Van Van'
' Van' Valey (center) of Cincinnati, Ohio. The third Marine, Thomas
M. Sims of Anniston, Ala., was upped to lance corporal.

Canal Co. Adds 33 Names
To Employe Roils In May

Thirty-three employes were add added
ed added to the Panama Canal rolls dur during
ing during the month of May of whom all
but four were local employments,
according to a report of the Per Personnel
sonnel Personnel Bureau.

The four new employes hired in
the States, their jobs, and home hometowns
towns hometowns are:

Louis G. Archuleta, structural
engineer, Das Moines, N. M.;
Thomas S. Clark Jr., towboat or
ferryboat master, Winston-Salam,
N.C.; Dr. Mary A. Morrow, clin clinical
ical clinical psychologist, Schools Divi Division,
sion, Division, Oconomowoc, Wisc.; and
Polity J. Wesley, towboat or fer ferryboat
ryboat ferryboat master, Wilburton, Okla.
Permanent, full-time employes
who were hired locally and their
jobs are: Jose S. Alegria Ch., lino linotype
type linotype operator mechanic; Coralia R.
Aviles, Juanita M. Karst and Mar Margarita
garita Margarita E. Reimann, clerks; Her Herman
man Herman Brown, laborer: Marilyn C.
Colc lough, Molly B. Dahlstrom,
Mary L, Freeman, and J. B. Sear Searingen,
ingen, Searingen, staff nurses.
Maxine C. Conover, student aid;
Guillermo B. Bright, Thelma E.
Cordoba, Eladia C. De Jurado,
Thirza A. DeSantizo, Luis A. Diez
and Yolanda E. Geneteau, high

TOGETHER AGAIN! Exciting again! The spectac spectacular
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TITANIC troical thrill!

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school teachers; Marta Garvey,
e e entary teacher; Juan E.
Hoytejunior high school teacher;
Benjamin E. Favorite, postal win window
dow window clerk substitute; Antonio Flo Flores,
res, Flores, truck driver; James Goldson,
motion picture projector; Thomas
C. Gorgon, locks guard; Cleveland
L. Hearne, waiter; Margaret B.
May and Virginia Mosher, clerk.,
stenographers; Albert J. Mitchell,
kitchen attendant; Baldur Norman,
locks operator carpenter; Junie N.
Scott, addressograph machine end
graphotype operator; and Nellie K.
Whitney, clerk-typist.

Rest Easy, Gals;
Crooner Presley's
Croaker ls Better

FRANKFURT, Germany (UPI)
-L.-Elvis Presley ,is responding fa favorably
vorably favorably to treatment for tonsilitis
and a throat infection, an Army
spokesman said today.
A spokesman for Presley's di division
vision division said the rock 'n' roll
throat is only half as bad as it
lin and the infection in his
throat s only half as bad as it
was Thursday.

SABU

qir,10t1,
ike's Prp
,
Balance
a' .Fuda

WASHINGTON (UPI) The Eisenhower administrationbee
revealed a new threat to the President's precariously-balanced fiscal
1960 budget. It said interest on the natienat debt would -climb to el
all-time high of $8,600,000,000. ,
,
That would push the cost of running the government a half biG
lien dollars higher than the 77 billion estimated by ,tisenhower he
his budget message to Congress last January.'
Administration leaders said, however, that a balanced budget
still wes possible for the new fiscal year starting July 1. They saki
tax revenues also were expected to be higher than If President
originally had anticipatedby 600 million dollars. :
The revised forecasts were dis- the next budget the: Eisenhw
closed by Treasury Secretary Rob- administration sends to Congrese
ert B. Anderson and Budget Di- in January 1980vPill be eve
rector Maurice H. Stens in secret larger than this year's model. He
testimony before the HOuse Ways said "built-in' increases ht eXte
and Means Committee Earlier isting programs may increase that
this week. spending budget to 80 billion.
In January, the President made
MAKE PUBLIC ANALYSIS provision for $8,100,000,000 to ft,
nance carrying charges on the nit nitThe
The nitThe committee made public yes- tional debt, which now totals 28t,
terday a staff analysis of the billion dollars. The half-billion-dolo,
new data which indicated a lar increase means this cost would
strong possibility that the govern- rise a full one billion dollars over
ment would wind up lin the red the total charge for this fiscal
despite administration hopes year.
and even if no big new spending 4,
programs are approved. DEMOCRATS HIT DEBT
Anderson and Stans made clear
the hoped-for balance still was The Democratic' Nation Con?
dependent on Congress enacting mittee, in 'its new publicatimi
the increased postal rates and fed- "Dispelling The Fog," said it soon,
eral gasoline tax sought by Eisen- may cost billion dollars and
bower. more to finance the public debb,-
But the committee staff noted compared with $5,800,000,000 du,
there is little likelihood Congress ,ing the last full year of the Tr.
will go along, resulting in a maiL adminfstration.
"small deficit' in the next fiscal "Tight- money: the GOP'S cure-.
period. all for the. economy, has turned;
On this basis. spending would into a Frankenstein monster,' the,'
og
total $78,121,000,000 and revenues publication said. --
$7,700,000.000, leaving a deficit InfOrmants said the President'to
of 421 million dollars. unward in the public debC
Eisenhower originally had anti- charge did not hinge on his ego.
eipated a small surplus of 70 mil- pected request tO CongresS in;
lion. Under the new estimates, and crease, or eliminate,altogether 141
with the postal and gas tax hikes, present Ceiling on interest on lona
he expects a 170 million dollar term government 'bonds.
surplus. They said the, President's rec,;',1,
Stans also told the committee ommendationt on thirwoUld go too

This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Bydrographic Branch hf the
Panama Canal Companyt k
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 88 85
Low 73 76
HUMIDITY:
High 95 94
Low 68 35

WIND:
(max. mph) S-I4 SW-20
RAIN (inches) SO
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 81 84

LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 83.48
Madden Dam 21570

BALBOA TIDES
SUND4Y, JUNE 7
High
Time Ht.
4:24 a.m 14.6 ft.
4:28 p.m 15.2 ft.
Low
Time Ht.
10:31 a.m 2.0 ft.
10:53 p.m. 0.8 ft.

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DEMOCRATS HIT DEBT
The Democratie Nation Con?
mittee, in its new publicatiat
"Dispelling The Fog," said it Boo
may cost billion dollars mitt
more to finance the public debt."
compared with $5,800,000,000 durF,
ing the last full year of the Tru Truman,
man, Truman, administration. 4t
"Tight- money: the GOP'S time..
all for the economy, has turned;
into a Frankenstein monster,' the,
publication said. :
InfOrmants said the President's.
unward revision in the public debC
charge did not hinge on his elev.
pected request to Congress 10 inC
crease, or eliminate.sltogether tic
present eeiling on interest on lona
term government 'bonds.
They said the President's recZ
ommendationt on this-woUld go too
Congress in a tpecial message
Monday.

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i"A.,,' ;;;:- thg','.'Obstacles at Omaha Beacn. Charlie J. A. Mills of Mortar Bat- Lauded By Board garita E. Reimann, clerks; Her- .LElvis Presley is responding fa- SUNDAY, JUNE 7
menno Illi ", t!.. 1
,,, tery, ist Battle Group, kept mor- the Navy's third-highest decora- man Brown, laborer; Marilyn C. vorably to treatment for tonsilitis
. .r. ,Esta was the spearhead for a tion. 110;14-4,44:
vanAcSaHdlNem.G7Troar(dUPolf)g Colclough, Molly B. Dahlstrom, and a throat infection, an Army High MCA
,,,,, -tang of the U.S. first Army. tars firing in Normandy Keller
,,c was a squad leader in the 109th in 1944 POPP& was cited a mMgaerny, LsiaFtfreneumr saens,. and J. B. Sear- spokesman said today. Time Ht. iiiiillsok
fi. i',;.1 '31e,w. while, to the north, divisio
- "' Infantry and Mills as a gunncr gain for holiPing put out a fire onveernNoras.
lauded officials of the Annapolis, 4:24 cm 14.6 ft. FARR ..,:, ....... ,.
f .'...' ,' '' of the British Second Army made with the 320th Infantry, 35th In- aboard the LST 393 when "ha A spokesman for Presley's di- 4:28 p.m 15.2 ft. - ,, ...,,', ,,;,, , ,
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. entered a smoke filled tank Md. institution today for their Maxine C. Conover, student aid; vision said the rock 'n' roll 1 MON ,
L'!;1 .Col. Russell G. Spinsey landed fantrY Division.
First Sgt. Ceal Anderson of D dock to bring ttio blaze under PlanS to toughen entrance require- Guillermo B. Bright, Thelma E. throat is only half as bad as it Low WOW ilealet
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I 'InianI ,;:,. try Division. He is now chief of Company, 34th Armor, served 95 control." m,ennifla froer 07 ould-lareesTiednshil2peenn.. Cordoba, Eladia C. De Jurade, lin and the infection in his Time
o erations sergeant in the 36th Originally from Mitchell, S. 1 tt P d tE-s Thirza A. DeSantizo, Luis A. Diez throat s only half as bad as it 10:31 a.m
APrmored Infantry Battalion, 3rd Dak., CWO Poppa plans to re-enArmored
Division. Representing hower, the board also recom- and Yolanda E. Geneteau, high was Thursday.
mended a 20,, per cent increase in
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the 5I8th Enginter Company as faculty salaries, additional faculty
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", ..t 'Two officers landed across the Harold W. Woolridge, then a Isl mum age for admission and other
f,"I'''.' '' beachhead with airborne units t technician fourth
communica ions ( ''' 0 0 '. 14, if, improvements in the academy's
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TODAY-----COLOSSAL DOUBLE IN COLO,R,S----oP. Ils X '
4- .1.', their way as quicidy as possible It commended Rear Adm. 1
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perintendent, and his staff for PICTURE: 1:52 4:59 8:06 P.M. PICTURE: 3:06 6:15 9:25 P.M,
1.! '. Col.-Robert L. Evans, of the US- fantry, 29th Infantry Division. ,
Leading an anti-tank platoon in 1:30 3:35 6:15 9:00 p.m. "excellent work" in turning out
' ARCARIB School, was a captain
'1 well-trained Navy officers. ,
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ll' Whilst Maj. James E. Davis, ad- the 358th Infantry, 90th Infantry
Division as a second lieutenant TITANIC... "In this time of important ad- TOGETHER AGAIN! Exciting again! The spectac- DANGERS.... ADVENTURES. .. LOVE...
. was CWO Florian F. Huinker, in Icience and technology
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,.,;., ', '' ,. end lieutenant with the 321st Air- SHOCKED THE Academy is alert to the need of
;,A ',y ,..; itOrns Field Artillery Battalion. guez, then in the 40th Tank Bat- ,..-,,,,,...,.. WORLD! ireassessing its program to the TITANIC troical thrill! PRINCESS...! ,.
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kz :,., cond class on the USS S ...........:,,.: ... mer Batista men in raids on five '''im ,,,t .. :,:,,,,,,.. ,s.,.': .......N..,',.:::,,..
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: ,Varty. ats unit came into the air- Kesr cosy, uois; LAKE ELEVATIONS: . ill ), ',',- .....,
rear as a ship's boatswain's ry---ba-a't-m. ii-sie-r, Wilburtan, Okla.
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t :.! hrrie troops' Ste. Mere liglise in"gin..e"e-rs-. -Pfc. Arliss M. Simp Simpson
son Simpson was in an infantry squao of mate, ferry boat captain, har- Tough Requirements ,
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the 99th Infantry Division, while bor tug skipper, and, before Permanent, full-time employes Crooner Presley's Gatun Lake .,, 83.48 ,' t' "114 ''' i 444,4,
A -' operator. Sp4 Jose L. Lamour was assign- coming to Panama, ship's boat. who were hired locally and their Madden Dam 'I; i r
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; f:.-.: At 6:30 a.m. men of the 4th In- ed to the 245th Quartermastvr swain of the aircraft carrier For Naval Academy jobs are: Jose S. Alegria Ch., lino- Croaker is Better N., i. t ,, ,g,
,,;:, .1,A fintry Division came ashore at Wasp. type operator mechanic; Coralia R. BALBOA TIDES p-,41,,,,, IA
- Utaii"132ach, while tne ist Lilian- Battali on.
For bravery in World War II FRANKFURT, Germany (UPI) ,
; t ,, try, Division struggled through Sic. James H. Keller and Sic.
he was awarded the Silver Star, Lau e y oard Aviles, Juanita M. Karst and Mar- ,,4 .1,,N, ,N.., Lti, .-
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garita E. Reimann, clerks; Her- ....Elvis Presley is responding fa- SUND4Y, JUNE 7
"''''r tho'Obstacles at Omaha Beacn
1,,,;.-4 -ir,d Charlie J. A. Mills of Mortar Bat
tery ist P,attle Group, kept m.or- the Navy's third-highest decora- d d B B man Brown, laborer: Marilyn C. vorably to treatment for tonsilitis mum ". '',- .-
r E.a was the spearhead tor a Hon.
cS aHdl Ne mGyT ObNo a r( cy Polf )g Colclough, Molly B. Dahlstrom, and a throat infection, an Army High mum
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was a squad leader in the 109Ih in 1944 Papp& was citad a- inMgaerny,L;taFtfreneumrsaens..and J. B. Sear- spokesman said today. Time Ht. Iiiiiatok ,,,.
'?, kaa.nwhile, to the north, divisions onveernNoras. i,,-.. .
Infantry and Mills as a gunner gain far helping put out a fire var AA
lauded officials of the Annapolis, 4:24 cm 14.6 ft.
i .':' of the British Second Army made with the 320th Infantry, 35th In- aboard the L.ST 393 when "he A spokesman for Presley's di- 4:28 p.m 15.2 ft. - ....' ,,, 4
r .'i their assault from the sea. Md. institution today for their
fantry Division. entered a smoke fillad tank Maxine C. Conover, student aid; vision said the rock 'n' roll MON ,,.
; ,.1 Col. Russell G. Spinsey landed Guillermo B. Bright, Thelma E. throat is only half as bad as it Low
First Sgt. Ceal Anderson of D deck to bring Om blaze under PlaT1S to toughen entrance require- MEM NM
, ,. on Omaha about 9:30 a.m. in D- Ht.
Company, 34th Armor, served os control." ments for would-be midshiPmen, Cordoba, Eladia C. De Jurado, lin and the infection in his Time
'i .. Day, as a company commander
.. witp the lath Infantry, lst 'Infan 'InfanI
I 'InfanI erations sergeant in the 36th Originally from Mitchell, S.
cA1Prmored Infantry Battalion, 3rd Dak., CWO Poppa plans to re-en- In a report to president Eisen- Thirza A. DeSantizo, Luis A. Diez throat s only half as bad as it 10:31 a.m
bower, the board also recom- and Yolanda E. Geneteau, high was Thursday. 10:53 p.m. ... 0.8 ft. vq......00.0022:mmor
2.0 ft. Z2161". LIC wen, : :
) ', try Division. He is now chief of Armored Division. Representing mended a 20, per cent increase in - ''
! ., 'the- U.S. Army Mission to Colom-
the 518th Enginter Company as faculty salaries, additional faculty
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. Normandy veterans are M-Sgt. .:, research, lowering of the maxi- -,v
talion and Pvt. Gus Brown, who tal mum age for admission and other
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, I 'Two officers landed across the Harold W. Woolridge, then a .v. 0
, 1 ',' -beachhead with airborne units communications technician fourth ., improvements in the academy's
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It BatIt commended Rear Adm. 4t
.; through the fighting area to ioin ...... t,...,, ,-,,, 4,, lila liNth In- eh2r1Pc T.' Melqnn neariPmv ell.