The Panama American


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


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


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

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OFF VTO MIAMI. ; r' Luchita Burlllo, Who was recently eieciea
Miss'Panama,- left for' Miami today to represent Panama, in
ffmtlvaf of the Americas. The Balboa High School raduatff
was accompanied by her mother,. s '.

Congressmen Wanf

i for an -"overall xrcutive aiiMionty"- to rooi'mata
l r,.' ,rs anri at.ivities of various IS 1 ederal
i the Canal Zone is a key provision of the bill to

f per
I reate a
iiele wage scale, as

Kepresentauves on Tuesday.
' The measure seeks to implement features of the 19d5 Pan-

' i.iti3''US Treaty 1 1 ;i -' r 't v
This authority Is specifically vested by the' bill in the Presi Presi-ilent
ilent Presi-ilent of the United States. In its report the Housal Committee
nn Post Office and Civil Service indicated this feature is in intended
tended intended to eliminate administrative action based on personal
"S Employe UI have the right to appeal personnel actions to
k new Canal Zone Board of Appeals, to be cteated by or under
the authority of the President.
A copy of .Tuesday's Committee report was. received today
k. h Central Labor Union Metal Trades Council, and its

content made, available to newsmen

' The measure listed .as S.180 i5s
entiJed "An Act of adjust Com:i
Itiors of Employment m Depart
,ments or Agencies in the Canal
Zone."' r- '
'..:w i;" v': y y:!". :',! 'H' 5o'
It w introduced last yr,
. and ha been .under study, by
the -Post Office and Civil Serv Service
ice Service Committee since Ust' Au Au-,
, Au-, oust. The report says H e
5500 US flin. nd" 16,500 oth,
ert of whom 14,000 ere P?n.
In lis analysis of present con con-ditlonv
ditlonv con-ditlonv the committee notes rha
'great variety, of positipn.clastifi.
' tiiv an4 evaluion stAndyds
t KMh blue collar and -white
, cellar jobs in the several aqerj,
s cies mployino United States ci
tizens, Panamanians ; aa inu
a( ,kr nationalititl. i
; It remarked, for' exampl?,. that
"nmo Panamsninnx are' now C0V-
ereJ bv the Civil Service Retire Retire-vnpnt
vnpnt Retire-vnpnt Act: others are not so cov-
erert. - : .. .,
! The committee peneves me ui
! nifarm- standards and uniform
J Panama Canal -Unit 1 of 'the A.
tmencan Legion Auxiliary wm
tent e nrocram over (J.F.N. Ka
dio.T V.1 at 5:45 p.m. tomorrow aS
' part part o the Flag Day observ
' This will preceded the public
flac.hiimine at Goethals Monu.
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i Part of the nroeram will be the
second of their scries of ,"Quiz
Oimst nroSrams during which
graduates of Boys and Girls' State
are quizzed on various phases 0
Americanism that they nave been
exposed to either through their
studies in school or membership
in olher organizations. -. ;
' Contestants on this program will
be Sheila Farbman, Caroline Zirk.
man and Don Randel.
,:. ,: The second portion of the' pro,
cram will be a question and an
swer on the proper respect and
display of the flag.
. The Department Commander of
, the ..American 7 Legion AlTed., J.
Gauvin,. and Alternate National
Executive Commitlecman George
Black will take part in the pro.
gram along with, members of U-
ait 1.

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Tel. Panama t-M7$
reponea qui to mo nuw
wag scales, irrespective eif the
nationality of the obholder, can
be put into operation without
appreciable delay. -.
- The bill retains th 25 per cent
overseas differential for US citi
zens, and. outlines that the bas s
for comparing lobs on the 1 zone
with those in the States will be
the same aS bclore.
It also provides that certain po
sitions may be compared with pc
sitions in the Republic -of Pana
ma or: in the Caribbean Area i,r
the purpose ,. of wage establish
ment. r 1
But the authority for v tuch
comparison is to be the Presi President,,
dent,, President,, rather than various agen agency
cy agency neads.
-In no case will wages' be bas-
ea on a comparison wlih wage
scales wmcn would result in waa
es lower- uiam those being, paid m
me- nepuonc ot fanaraa.
As Mported out. tne k bill con
tains a provision for-; the; protec
tion oi salaries ot employes in
connection with conversions s of
their compensa-ion bases.
'the report savs .the comm ttee
believes this will iully protect
Dom" citizen-and Panamanian
employes from any loss tn salary
wnicn otherwise might result from
us enac.ment. 1 1
With respect to the so called
security" DOSiJons. the conimr.:
tee took the stand that prompt
ana appropriate adiustment to con
dilions at any given time, neces
silale omission oi any designation
of, a specified num!r of jobs as
securi y positions.
, Authorities in the ; executive
branch, they said, indicate the
number of security : positions
may be around 2300; other
sources say ; they may epproxi epproxi--
- epproxi-- mate 3000.
By making inoperative the pro provisions
visions provisions of .he Cash Reliet Act,
employes in active status would
automatically be placed on un under
der under the Civl Service Retirement
i A mpnt. svstpm nnmnni'ahlB tn
that" provided in the Classification
ct 1949, is provided for the
Canal Zone, under the new mea measure.
sure. measure. The Committee states that In
reporting this bill it is provid provid-ing
ing provid-ing equal opportunity tor em employes
ployes employes who are citizens of the
- Republic of Panama to partici participate
pate participate in such training programs
t may be established on the
LZone .the. United
States. ,.
, It believes the ; trainin? provi provisions
sions provisions of the bill will fully meet
. .. .i
me respoBsiniiiMes assumea
I the United States in this matter.

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'Lei iA people
Roderick Visits
Breakers Club;
Sees Lock Work
; Gov. William E. Potter today
will accompany Asst. Secretary of
the Army George H. Roderick in
an informal visit to the Coco Solo
Breakers' Club. 1
Also in the party of officials
slated to visit the Atlantic side
club are two members of the
board of directors of the Panama
Canal Company, Mai. Gen., Glen
E. Edeerton and Ralph H, Cake,
According o president of the
Coco Solo vivlc ouncil, .' Peter
Foster, the Visiting party will be
presented witn honorary memoer.
shin fards in the new club.
Roderick. Edgerton and Cake
are on the Isthmus to attend a
meeting of the Budget and' Fi;
nance Committee of the Canal
Company's board. Roderick, who
arrived yesterday, is chairman of
the board -' 1
In keeping with the" principal
subject which is under considera consideration
tion consideration most of the day today, sRod..
eriek" and, the committee, memb.
bers will be briefed on Pacific
side-' housing plans. The briefing,
to be held in the board, room will
also include a completi review of
the master plan for" housing cov.
ering the long-range program" of
replacement and new construction.
Then the group will inspect hous housing
ing housing and visit future housing de.
velopmcnt sites. 1 r
. Tomorrow's formal srssion,: also
t,n he hr! i in hnarH ri""i vill
u,' 'iicvo.- u M.iisiveiv. ta a ; Ik Ik-vjcw
vjcw Ik-vjcw oi the Imdet projections lor
fiscal year 10. ,
Yesterday afternoon the Assist,
ant Secretary, Cake and Edger.
ton took a look at the damaged
iloor of the east chamber of Pe
dro Miguel Locks, and saw re.
pair work which 'Was in progress,
' Concreting of the damaged floor
of the chamber js expected to be begin
gin begin today or tomorrow.
Since Sunday, when the damage
was discovered, repair gangs have
been working round-the-clock shifts
but so far the work has been
merely clearing the debris and
preparing ior the huge operation
of replacing 8,000 square feet, of
the lock floor.
Smelly Subways
Get New ScenK
Of Apple Orchard-
iment designed to make1 New
York subway cars smell like an.
pie orchards has hit them smell.
ing very much like subway cars,
me1 city 'transit Authority dis
closed yesltrday,
In an effort to rid the 'city's
rapid transit system of its diatinr.
tive "'subway sme'l," the author,
ity Fast week installed in three
cars discs exuding the fragrance
of apple blossoms.
. The test, a Transit Authority
spoKesman conceded," had n o
been satisfactory "from the stand;
point of giving : a sweeter "odor.! in
the cars."
Transit Authority Chairman
Charles Patterson said the tests
would be continued with the -ap.
pie blossom scent and -Other fr.
grances, which he did' not iden.


.LOWELL. PRLMER JR. tells Col.: John D: Coney i how he saved a little girl from drowning al
the Fort Clayton pool recently. : Coney is presentlnm an award on behalf of Lt. Gen. rtidgley
Gaithfer, while Lowell's parents Sfc. and Mrs. Lowell Premer watch proudly. ' y
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know the truth and the

'.PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1938


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RUSSIANS IN PANAMA' Russian newsmen;, who are stoppinfr overin i Panama today are'
showri on arrival at 'Hotel El Panama Hilton this morning. Second from right la Anatoli So-

fronov,, spokesman; for the group.

1 0 Russian N ews m e n
In Panama; Want To

Ten Russian newsmen on 1 a
stopover in Panama City wasted
no time today in taking p;ctures
of the way Panamanians live,
and trying to find, out iU: !.;. peo.
pie are satistied.
Thev were lust as much enu.
tlarf 1a, visit t.hft r.anal 7.nnd li I.
ny other tourists', but it was not
known by early atternoon wnetner
they intended to take the oppqr-,
tumty.' '
The Russians arnvea at iocu.
men airoort late, last night,- but
were not allowed to leave the air.
port until this morning, when
they were loaded into two taxis
bound; for Hotel. El Panama Hil.
ton., v ..- .
They will'jstop over in.jPanama
until tomorrow morning at 4:30
when they r will depart for Mexl.
CO, r '. i 1
Alon the way from- Tocumen,
the Soviet newsmen took pictures
Oj: the San Migueulo shanty town
alone the highway and casually
questioned the taxi drivers about
their : families, salaries and living
conditions. Tax drivers Gonzalo
Pena and Andres Bustamante said
the Russians also wanted to know
whether they were' satisfied with
the' way they ,were .living. v
t One of the first things they
did oft arriving f at the hotel
was to get in' contact' with
newspaper -offices V to announce
that they were available forin forinterviews.
terviews. forinterviews. ( '
' A newsmen Land a photographer
from El Panama America who
went to thes hotel were met : by
Anatoli Sofronov, "a fat, blond
Russian1, 'and an interpreter. JSo.
fronov introduced himself as
spokesman for the group.
The. Russian newsman stressed
that people of all countries should
set to know each other better and
that -their mission was' a friend,
ly one.
Asked by the Panama newsman
whether he had anv idea -as to
reasons for the hostile, demonstra-
tions toward U.S. Vice President

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country is safe" Abraham Lincoln. f

'mm :
Richard D. Nixon at Caracas
and Lima, Sofronov laughed and
replied through his interpreter:'
'ram a newsman and a writ,.,'
er on literary tubecfs, and 7
de not specialize in internation.
Santiago Students
Ousted; University
A new student crisis loomed to today
day today as Siuuents ot me iormai
bcaooi at oanuafco, veraguas, tave
their principal unili tomorrow at
11 a. hi. to resign.
Normal Scflooi students held a
meeting 'yesteruay morning anu
voted to give principal Jaime Kie-
ra i'lnula 48 nours to resign or
they would go on strike, ini was
coiuAmeu Way by jueputy Euu.
cation Minister Ismaei OJvares,
wno said Riera had miormed mm
by telephone that it was only a
saiaii group ot siuuents wuo meu
and approved the resolution. ; n
-. 'ihe sbuaema are accusing Riera
of denying them the use o, tne
auduorium for a raiiy anu ot show showing
ing showing impartiality, during the recent
student Strike.
Meanwhile, the Panama Univer University
sity University Students Union, met here last
night and voted to declare news-
reel announcer Jorge Carrasco and
Salustiano Chacon, information se,
cretary of the Presidencia, "per.
sonas non grata" and enemies of
the students and the university,
i Former Education Minister Vic
tor N. JuUao, i who also teaches
engineering at the university, was
also declared "persona non grata."
His removal -was also asked and
engineering students were instrut.
ed not to attend any ciassea con con-ducted
ducted con-ducted by Juliao,
; Id addition the students voted:
To'exDel Lt. Col. Carlos Arose.
; mena, : executive secretary of the





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Taking Pictures
See Life Here

al affairs."
The Russian newsman said the
group wanted to sppnd their brief
siay in t'anama taking pictures
ot "tnis deautiiul clty an ask,
ing questions, r : ;
Want Principal
Students Meet
Nationa.1 Guard,, from the Univer-
sity hiudents Union.
,TO demand that the eovprnmpnt
restore consitutional guarenteesH
lo organize a student
tration to the. graves of the stu.
dents killed during the May 19 to
a stuaents clashes with the Na.
tionai Guard, and, '.
To protest the appointment' of
a Domimcan as public relations di.
rector of the National Guard and
to demand his ouster. (
J During the meeting, Carlos Are Arellano'
llano' Arellano' Dennox, who presided, de de-nled
nled de-nled that his father had said he
(Arellano) had relented during the
height of the impasse betweenjhe
students and the government.
President de la Guardia had been
quoted by foreign correspondents
as saying that. Arellano's father
had said that his son had relented
but-was only staying at the Uni.
versity, which was then under a
seige by the National Guard, be because
cause because he wanted to keep the com communists
munists communists from gaining control of
the movement,
Oufslanding Work
Wins Commendation
For 4 PC Workers
Personal letters of commenda.
tion have been received from W.
E. Potter by four employes of the
L-anai organization wno were a-
warded outstanding performance
ratings lor the work they perform,
ed in their positions during the
period from April 1, 1957 through
March 31, 1958.
The employes so honored were
Michael Shan, Clerk in the Motor
Transportation Division:1 William
A. Brooks. Administrative Assist.
aht in the Power Conversion Proj Project;
ect; Project; Fred A. Ebdon, General Con.
stracution Representative in t he
Power Conversion Project; and
Miss Annie F McDade, Secretary
to the Chief Executive Planning
Staff. .
The rating,:' which is based on
the employe's work for an entire
year, is the highest ot the three
performance ratings and is attain
ed by only a small percentage of
federal employes each year.
In order to receive the rating
an employe must have performed
all duties assigned in a : superior
manner, throughout the year.
The rating must be supported
by a written statement from the
rating official seating for the de,
tail the performance in every re.
speeCbased on the performance
standards and the reasons for
considering each aspect of per.
formance outstanding and worthy
of special consideration,



To Act As

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As lb Signs Bill

An estimated 2650 Federal-civil service worker nn

the Canal Zone will qet a 10

first or second pay check after President Eisenhower signs
the Federal pay raise bill. He is not expected to do so be-

rore next week. i,
House-Senate conferees

ment on the 10 per cent raite. It is estimated to mean an
extra $1,644,000 annually in Canal Zone pay checks.
The military here is ready to oav its eliaible civilian

workers the increase the first

signs tne dim. ranLanalers will get their increase in the
first pay period after Ike signs if possible, or certainly the'

nexr payaay arrer rnar.

Computation of employes retroactive share of the
increase make take a little lonaer for both the militarv

and the Canal. The bill is retroactive to early January.

i ne nouseoenare conreree also agrees to deal some
67,000 scientists and engineers in federal service who
have received raises of various sizes over the past two
years jrt on the 10 er cent hike., t
Both Houses had agrerf earlier 1 1

.1.1 a i. i. : a ... i. a. '.
on me Dasic iu percent
for the so-called classified, workers
and most other civil servants. ;
However, they had not agreed
on some lesser provisions, in clud.
ing additional raises for f scient scientists
ists scientists and engineers and creation of
additional top level government
The compromisa gees to both
Houses for approval, with tha
Senate scheduled to act first.
The House had voted to create
only 38 new "super.grade" jobs
but the Senate approved approxi-
mately 1,000. The conferees agreed
on a comDromise toiai .01 aw
The new lobs are for top-level
professional administrators and
for some scientists and engineers.
The newly.created joj will pay
between $13,000 and $13,000 a
year. i
Congress.' earlier tnis year,.voi.
ed a 10 percent pay raise" .for post,
al workers as part of jhe postal
rate increase. f .
Your Man My 1 Man
Flees Cops, Breaks
Leo, Gels 10 Days
Carlos A. Piggot Is still regrtt regrtt-!nr
!nr regrtt-!nr th dav bark in v February
when he ran into the Canal one
while being chased by tne nation national
al national r.iiard. He rcerets even more
running back into Panama City
when he wag- nabbed by the Canal
Zone Police. ...,,.
Th ntnrv; was told.' at Balboa
Magistrate's Colirt today by acuiig
detective C. N. Little, when Piggot,
27.vear-oia ranamaman. was
inr tn iail for ten davs lor augm
ingfrom a moving taxt on the
fnur h nf -iniv Avp.nua on r eo. c.
' Little, who was a motorcycle pa-
trolman at the time, toift tne coun
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that Piggot was bein;. ctiasea oy
rhp Panama National Guard and
pntrpd tha Canal Zone. Little
caught him on Arcon Soulevard.
Ha rallfld a taxi and proceeded
to take Piggot back t the police
station to release n to me na national
tional national Guard. 1
Then Piggot suddenly? opened the
back door of the cab. and leaped
out while it was moving along the?
Fourth of July Avenup; bolting
down a side street. into. V anams
City before he could be caught a a-gain.
gain. a-gain. 'i j
Little said he underifoor1, the Na Na-tionai
tionai Na-tionai Guard had then taken up
the chase again, and FiKgot in try try-ing
ing try-ing to escape a second time, leaped
off a moving bus. 1 hi time, how however.'
ever.' however.' he broke his leg. ana was
Piggot was delivered overio the
Canal Zr-ne Police by Iho' National
Lcck Of Licartse
Brings $10 Fine
.Tamps Valdps 22 Vear old
Panamanian was fined $10; at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate's Court- today for
driving a bus on the .-Fourth of
July Ave. on June li without an
operator's license." -J
ne was also piacect on prooaiion
for six m6nths for driving a vehi vehicle
cle vehicle without a valid Canal Zone
certificate of inspection.

per cent oav hike in' their
. t t
today reached final daree-
payday after the President
f 1
One of two victims of wood, alcohol
is Lueina- Maynard (above), 35,
mother of two daughters.' 'Both
she and her iaiher James Maynard
71, died Sunday after drinking the
alcohol in .which prunes had been
soaked to absorb the poison,
ine onnks were given to them by
Cartin Harris, ; the dead woman'
commonJaw. nusband. Harris him
self became violently ill from th
alcohol, which he has been sharing
with friends at his Rio Aba jo home.
He said he had also' eaten gom
sardines while drinking the mix.
ture, which is known locally as
'mule" and is sometimes called
"King Kong." Mrs.' r Maynard's
three-month-old daughter also had
to receive medical attention after
being poisoned from the milk from
her mother's breast.
lucky' Luciano ;
Gels (law Reprice
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NAPLES, Italy, June 12 (UPI
Charles "Lucky" Luciano got an.
other reprieve from possible exilt
today when a special tribunal
postponed hearing on police char.
es o irregular activities.
National Police here wero Insist.
Ing on the right to exile Luciaae
from this bustling port city to
remote island or mountain village
because of suspicions that the
former New York Vice czar still
maintained underworld contacts in
America. u
A v special tribunal ruled 1 la
March that police had not produc.
ed evidence to show that Luciano -was
anything other than the hon. -est
businessman he claims, to he.
The state prosecutor here- ap.
nealed the tribunal's decision.

At tne appeal neanng- tonay.
defense attorneys for the deported
American gangster asked for a
postponement in order to further v
their rj!uments-"'.hat- Luciano wae
not involved in illegal acitivity. --r-
The postponement was granted,
with a new hearing expected Iz'i
in July.

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Wttm l ( Id ADVAMCI r -

TIm Ma4 St h ton
Lattwt ara MM) iraNfullv m4
If coafrtoato a latter ooa'l
Mst day. Utton oro pybliskt4 ia
riooM try to kota too Itttort

JJ laoatn o tottot writari it fciM ia (thctoot eoafidonco
it Tkit aowtaopar anames aa rasoaatibility tat rtatam-H at opfatlom

fxptwatd ia lotto rt tiow tutors. 1 ;

' Colored Panamanians are'
tiinis ivinxt of tnem no not

appreciation for memoera of their group wno have distinguish distinguish-am
am distinguish-am thamsAivM- nrnf ejMionaJiv. ooUticallv- of" otherwise. -.".-

I? Certain sociological ana economic factors have contributed

to the imposition of a secona-ciass or nonaesenpt status upuu
the majority otiocal Negroes...- -, 1 ;. ".r- v
Take for examples supervisor-employe relationships in the
rni 7nnt And m Panama. The malority.oT department .heads

on either side of the border are

as such. Thus, tne oare-sKinnec; man is reaucea w u uuei
ttatus in our socio-economic structure and he in turn sud-
; i .... .u; ,ttv, a ma onH wnnricrmpnt t.h flecomnlisn

: VUiiatiUUiijr i:gmvu biiu iro iuvt r ---
' nanaaianc mViiia rfnrpca t tno the. Achievement of lei

low riegroes.,v r -
j The social stratification, of

artificial picture, of the American way oi iiie. xsownere is uiere
a tnhttjt honthiafk. a us. Rate janitor, a. white American worlc-

init under & colored American

m tne wniies are soua nuaaie-uass

positions in that paternalistic society maintained by the world's
wealthiest government. In contrast, when one- travels and
treats one self to a lirst-hand view of life in the U.S.A., one
sees a very different picture. Both Negroes and whites hold
menial and Important Jobs. Not in the same proportion of
course, but a white American will he seen peddling newspapers
onri hlninsr shoes for a livintt. Hera In the Canal. Zone such

conditions are non-existent and

supreme and absolute in the overall scheme of life...
." in making this comparison, it is not my intent to denigrate
the UJS-A., but rather to try to impress forcibly upon the
consciousness of colored Panamanians a basis on which to
change their perspective and sense of values as regards the.
acceptance and recognition of their own outstanding members.,
.It It is axiomatic that minority or marginal ethnic groups
becofae stable and politically and economically dynamic only
When cohesion and unity exist in their ranks.
'.v By needless division and by harboring petty Jealosies,
colored Panamanians have brought themselves to thei pillory of
public ridicule.
,i? Afro-Panamanians of Hispanics ancestry, feel superior to
Afro-Panamanians of West Indian parentage and vice versa.
The resulting dichotomy is disastrous to them and amusing to
the ruling class. It should be noted that' Panamanians of
European extraction stick tongether; they united and therefore
Wield significant economic power in national affairs.
Is there any legal deterrent to colored Panamanians
organizing pressure groups to seek-- their, (political rights and
FeDresentative Darticination in the.poiiticaiarena?iOl.couise,

the dominant group will attempt to abort any such movement
in order to perpetuate its supremacy, but intelligent leadership
fchd unity can prevent that eventuality i Are colored Panama Panama-nias
nias Panama-nias aware that they are prone to squander money to satisiy
thetrj wants,, while begging for the fuifUiment -of- their ;neeas
and or basic necessities; A need Is primordial, a want secondary.
Any rational person can distinguish which is more important,
v how democratic is the ReDublic of .Panama? In 55 years of

kr-ruie has "a" single, humolft

rominatea as a presidential canoiaaie wtMcu imu iw ocuivj
Sabio Juarez, I'rance its Napoieon nrrtf middle-class Premiers,
le U. a its Andrew Jackson Abraham Lincoln and Harry Tru
man, so what's? wrong with us? '., ?;

students, going to battle for their

alert to civic and political affairs. The vested interests have

e country strangled,
lgled.. Let's us
tiie perpetuation of the
.. ......

uiey are inclined to accept the designation or not. The lethargy
Bf this sleeping giant is appalling.
rr a d. p. p.


How many sergeants, CPOs, warrant officers and so forth
Report to work here each day to see this tremendous waste of
the taxpayers' money a $buOO to $8000 a year civilian occupy occupying
ing occupying the same job a 2800 a year NCU in the states would hold.,
; Civil Service has such a stranglehold on Uncle Sam, that he
will never get out of the red. It works like this.
, 1. A civilian is hired. 4
2. He dabbles until he has hired five assistants,
i S. Eacn of these assistants hassles till he has a dozen under underpaid
paid underpaid Local Katers under him. (, ...
,1 4. The first-civilian is by now emperor of a little empire,
end 'with,, a few short years and much finagling his fat salary
JJonips from $3200 to $9000.
,! If an honest investigation were made of this situation Uncle
flam could save many millions. Instead of doubling the salaries
Jqf the emperors he could lop a billion or so of f his spending
acn year oy replacing US civilians here with, qualified Local
ftaiers or CUs E-2 through E-5.
i would like to hear from GIs or Local Raters with any
workable solution to the stranglehold Civil Service has on Uncle
Bam. -"'--r -; -"-
II c '(" Can't Breathe ..'



m I desperately need help in locating "Pete'' who is my Grand Grandmother's
mother's Grandmother's Budgie. I have been taking care of Pete while my
grandmother is in the States on leave. Pete is a pretty blue
budgie and while -he doesn't really know his name, we call him
that anyway. He has his own cage but we leave the cage door
open and the whole house is really his house too and he flies

, i Tney are pain ung our house and tnis-morning while the
painters were bringing in the ladders Pete flew through the
door to the outside and though I have spent all of today look looking.
ing. looking. for: him I have had no luck. --wrw. o,.
; I me in the Croton Street area of Balboa and if the kids
round there help me, I am sure that Pete can be brought home
again. I just haven't got the heart right now to write my grand grandmother
mother grandmother tnat Pete has flown awav.


As an American taxpayer, I wonder what goes in the Army
engineering or inspection departments. Just a month or so ago
the Army let out a big contract to paint the roofs in a certain
civilian quarters' area. 'The contractor did the job so' fast that
even I, an unqualified kibitzer, could see what sort of a Job it
was. It sure showed no when we' had the first heavy rain;

... I made the mlstalcp f lpavincr mw par with t.ha trnn!. v!

posed to the weather. After a good healthy rafa the other night
the aluminum paint washed off the roofs, covering my car
trunk and the asphalt road. When I first saw the road eailv in
the morning I thought it had snowed, but on closer observation
1 saw it was just aluminum paint from the newly-painted' roofs.
i Someone Is slipping somewhere. -

l!olice of Stockholders Meeting
Notice is hereby given that a special meeting of. stock stockholders
holders stockholders ot TRANSAMERICAN INDUSTRIES, INC., will be
held in Panama City on June 23, 1958, at 11:00 o'clock.
In the office of the company at No-. 33 Central Avenue.
At uch meeting consideration swill be given to business:
properly brought before the meeting and particularly to a
-proposal Joamend.-ajrticle.3fe), or the charter of the
corporation with a view to eliminate preemptive rights VW"
scribe for or purchase shares of stock.


a.AMMa AMittioan HIM, lira
fw -tWfi Tk (Rama AmancM
ar fc.Ul hi wholly confidential
oo lpji-. A doooal apM th

tho orrfw rocoivod.
limit" to ooo lag loojtli.:.

the victims ol tbehvown com
snow nroDer. if any, .respect ur
Caucasians or ."people .who pass
v?. "i
the Canal Zone presents an
or a colored Panamanian. Most
tiiaz.ciw whu utuutijr
so a1 white man is considered man has ever neen
rights? Wage-earners should
organize pressure groups against
and the creation of
Betsy Mallory
. Sputnik III

Labor News

Early on Jie aiuriiins of D Day
piu (ycarsi iiAuiuy u&i an
uay ai 8:15 A.m. fresiuent cava
i.vei !. otmfc Dnceu ou aiium
er loomuig oaiue in anuuier u&ii
iur weceuA. xnis was in uie war
ou crime and looong. iais oneiuij
cuie aiiier we rie&iueni inter
rupied a special breaidasc disvui,
uui oi wunu crises io sk waat
progress was being made in uu
sxcoa' passage oi new labor and
ana racKe.eeimg laws.
mr. cibeunower was as crup
as tne ereaciasi Dacon wnen He
was tola uiat aiere.woiud profl.uiy
De no new laDor laws uus session
an usieueu creiany u .taeae t
ine 15 itepuDiican cougressmeu wu
breaKfasi witn mm reyuiany. xliti
were Kepresentaaves feier trv
ungnuysen U.l.), John itUoues
(Arizona J and Joe hoit (Caiuj,
memoers ot tne House ibor coiu
mittee. They sharply cnticutd
wnat was nappemug in the aenaie
and predicted the laoor bins would
not come up to the aouse in unie
for consideration this year.
President juisennower uen said
he would keep his eye on develop
mems. He said he lei. strongly
that i some reforms were neeaeu,
He pointed out thai he uao seni a
special measure up to the hill.,
He auaect mat, u necesaty, lie
would issue a public statement cl
line attention .o tne impasie.
The President reveaieu ne dad
following the exposures oi Sen. Mc
Clellan s rackei-busting committee
and lelt someoiing would have to
be done. -
Whatovor tho Pro.idont had in
mind will nood te bo implemented
swiiftly if thero ara te be any
new anti-raekoiooring law lo
follow Son. McClollan's and Boa
Kennedy's exposure. Even if tho
Senate were to go 'round-tht.
clock one of these nights, it
couldn't get a new labor bill oovr
to the House of Representatives
until late in June.
r This has the House labor exoets
furious. Their sensitivities have
gressmen consider themselves nu nu-gfessmenconsider
gfessmenconsider nu-gfessmenconsider themselves" hu
man iinrt insist tha' 'hilp all mem
bers of Congrs are equal under
the law, the Senate considers it itself
self itself more equal then the House, r
This bops for Demcrats as well
as Republicans. One of the Demo-
fr9ti lahnr snppialis s is Ren.
Ludwig Teller of New York. He
put it this Way:
rne House aoesn t ime tne way
it is being trea.ed in the closing
months. 'Bills are thrown at vs
as though wc were v open through
way to the Whiie IN ise. The day
is over when we will pass every everything
thing everything with big" majorities jusMw
raiise- tne Senate sent it over. We
have very competent men on the
House LaDor commuiee. xet wnen
we try to hold hearings and call
in witnesses, tney are piquea ana
say, "Why question us twice? Why
repeat the Senate?' Well, we feel
we have the right to hold hearing?.
We are no less1 important than the
Don TpIW savs them are some
startling flaws in the pension and
weuare Dili sent over oy uie oeu oeu-ate.
ate. oeu-ate. He plans three weeks of pub pub-lie
lie pub-lie testimony by labor,, business
inciiranpb OVOPlltivPS This hill
I..! 1 1 4halafniA tin!- ho TPartV frtl
will ii.uciuio uwi -' .
discus7oo by the House itself un
i:l ..'-T..t.. rrUn if ti., Ia dn
in. eauy rfiu.y. aiikii i. w e.v
hoplr in i inint Spnatp-HfMlSP enn-
lerence to smc I out the Hifler.
ences before it can go to he www
House. ,, ...'"' i 'U
Note, please, that this is th
famous bill to prevent looting of
pensions and welfare funds. It
has boon tome years in the roakJ
ing. It has nothing to do with
, the anti-racketoering bill of Sen.
Kennedy and Sen. Irving Ives,
. which is now being prepared In
the Senate, v'.-'' "'
Obviously it, will take months be.
fore this anti-racketerring bill can
net in hs President tidies ne oer-,
sonally moves it along. First it
mus; clear the fcenaie iseii., xaen
it mint un tn a, niihrnmmittee of
the full House Labor Committee.
Then it must be debated on tr i
House floor. I
If the House labr committee lsi
Vinsv with th npTsiotl bill Until 1
riJ Tnlv it wnn' finish Vi'h fhe
Senate's new anti-racketeerihg bill
unt'l August, or even Sen ember,
If iienial rnuMno ts followed.
Bythat time they'll ootaiung ,ro
themselves congress ia gu"
home to campaign before then,
r Ike? may not be 'as ;
this D Day as he was 12 year
The Democratis nartv. ihm ',
oldest exisUng political party
in the United States, was be begun
gun begun during the time of Thomas
Jefferson, although the name i
'Democratic" was Aot uaed
until long afterward. Jefferson
spoke of himself as a "Re "Re-DUblican."
DUblican." "Re-DUblican." but hi.
elled-him-nd hi-followra L
' "democrats,' usingthe word-'
as a term of contempt.
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Walter Winched In .New York

Attention. Sid Caesar. Frank
Sinatra, Gisele MacKenzie, Bishop
aneen, uroucno Marx, ueorge Jes
sei and au those other people who
lost their jobs because of those
subsidized decimal-pointers: Now
it's our turn to have a, laugh at
the pained expression on the faces
of these at Nielssn, Pulse, ARB.
etc. How do you like those sub subpoenas'
poenas' subpoenas' irom Senator W a r r e n
Magnuson's' Committee investigat-i
t s
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Black and White

ing TV and radio?
The ratings
services will take the
stand slar.ine June 26th
Sonny; Whitney legal brawl is far
from over. ; Every time iheir bai
risters confer Mrs. Ex-Wife raises
the. Settlemini ante. .Ann Mc
Cormick (one of the pretties of
the Madison Avenue Girl Fridays!
will ge a large teevee-radio build
up as "The White Rock Girl". .In
siders report than if the Demus
do not nominate District Attorney!
Frank Hogan
for senators,. tney,
automatic ,'
watch as small
as a dress -watch
Automatic f"
' Shock protected
of the

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Co. I0thsand Front Street

-' 1 :
"may regret it".-. ; stripusi
Liu St. Cyr (at the El Ranchol
Vegas) ana her husnand dwell in
separate tepees ''except on week
ejius"4shd reports,' 'ab divorce.
DODDie MUano, an upcoming re
cording pet. thrashing lament t
the Vegas Flamingo) sings them
to loveiy Marcha iiarcy out front.
Her twin sister wed Don Williams
t uetween i; Tropicana shows ) he
otner eve. vWilson Mizner sum
men up the heauacnes ot a writer
wan ;tnis: rneu;.is paved with
sneeis ot hlanK paper. V i
The other ma.inee we reported
that Japan's warUhe Premier
tlojoi fouldn t aflorm to suppor;
his youngest daughterKimize IV
I io in. he U.b. ...ihe is. seekine a
lop after school hours, tudyfng
vy. a ew nuuis aner tne.jiiem ap
peared,our oiiice got a; call from
BQStpin, She wOLjpariigiQw, lhax
Poraa Law School (Beacon Hill j,
Bostbn, Mass., will" give her a
scholarship starting this Fall
Dean Margaret Hoo'sins instruct,
ed her law prof j ( surice Aler Aler-son)
son) Aler-son) to phone us i.out the gen
erous gesture. ; Thanks and ban ban-zal.
zal. ban-zal. . v
; j ',' v k
it.' Joanne Dru i her divorce ; be
came final the other day) and
movie lavorite Lew rAvres keen
.ooaging tne, issue. tfoJi have been
wounded too many dmes. .Smaira
(they say)t"will surely see Ava"
while abroad. She's the one he
can't erase from his insomnia..,G
Halt anu olondoll .Beverly Ash Ion
(of H' wood) are goo-gooey ,, .
EarLha Kitt's latest admirer is a
financier initial's : E,.";;" Har Harold
old Harold Gordon (leading dancer in "Ja "Jamaica")
maica") "Jamaica") and teevee scripter Hilda
V inson are orange blossom i shop
ping...Mimi Mario and John Her
ring are marrying words and mus
ic.i Their Hit Parade candidates
are "Two Days Ago," "Look at
Me", and "Welcome. Home".
Eyebrow-lifter; High priestess
Ox the giamorr, glas (Garbo) un
noticed as she .' shops in a First
Avenue self sfervice. market" '.
Ingra e: One who can't wait to get
even with you for beine nice to
him. ,si f
. Don'l miss the gee-whiz (undrap
ed) scene of Giselle Pasral perfum
ing herself in 'Fire Under ..Her
Skin," a new French" flic due at
the World Theatre' this week. She
was Rainier's s.eadiest date be before
fore before Grace. .' .Regardless ol den denials,
ials, denials, Senator Lyndon Johnston is
quietly setting lip a nation-wida
group for White House : tenancy, i
Good man, jBlondiful Lynn Garb!
er (of Hershey, Pa.J
wuanci AHie ue raree oou, is m
the line at the popular Dunes
(Vegas),' where : Harold Minsky
confounds competitors with big
biz. .Bob Hope's Linda (18) is
now a pro mambo artist Via Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Murray's. (Shall we dance?)
. .Britishers are puzzled over
what goes with Julie "My Fair
Lady") Andrews and fiance Tony
Walton. They say she's giving
scads of double-talk about their
betrothal. ,
Phyllis and Dorothy 5;McGuire
Sisters), now at the Desser; Inn
(Vegas), can't deny 'our recent lip.
That Phyllis is either secretly sea!
ed (or. will be) around Chr.stmas.
Soitie also has her husband select-!
ed. Tennyrate, Phyllis' friends say
"she acts like she's married". .
Rober.a Sherwood opens at tho
Latin iuarter; August 28th.1 Betty
Grable follows. ; Jerry Lavan,
who gave Chickl James (Cafe de
Paree) that $10,000 mink coat
(which burglars took), is in Vegas
trying to douse the torch, at the
wheels and dice ables. . The
Irving Berlins mnde the first cor,.
.ribution to the Carl Schurz Park
concerts. These will be
..i. wit i : l
lo -u'i ijuoijc in" eve Degicn
ing Aug. 7th. .Shirley Teeter is
iov Mrs. Chas. Daniel. She's a
hostess and he's a pilot for East
.ern Arilines. Happy clouds.
SiIverSri"pper:"(Ve2as7" t'o tit
5-dHner." pre ty Peggy D etrit c
was booked "blind" by Chicago's
'"r. Kelly's" night spot after
only twp mentions here, (Next

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WASHINGTON- Most imoort.
ant poini raised in the long.await.
eu iuurns casi repor. m me
strange disappearance of Prof.
JeSUS de Gaiindez t. hnw anil
hwere the proiessor was able to
coueci one minion dollars.
That is a lot nf mnnas fnr a
collece rjrofessnr tn null in trnm
Spanish Basques, and the big
question is whether be was actual.
ly getung it irom Spaniards or
whether it didn't come from se seem
em seem espionage agents.
Ernst, after six month.. in
vestigation for the 5ominican Go
ernment, has come up with some
important, though Inconclusive e e-vidence
vidence e-vidence claimine that it Was im
possible for Gerald Murphy, the
iiwMuvo ywnt io nave uown ua.
iinaez ooay irom Long Island to
the Dominican Rpnuhlie at h
- r
time specuied by Life Magazine.
Ldie maae tne cniet cnarge that
Dictator Truiillo riiH
his critic at Columba University.

us critic at Columba University. apparatus iniJons to tXZZZ tXZZZ-Ernst
Ernst tXZZZ-Ernst concludes that the Colura-'gainst FraSw ?iW
iia nrofessor is still mi.nS .irf I 5P. had con.

bia professor is still missing and
still nobodv knowi what ha han
pened to him.
v However, a record of the huge
amounts of money Galindez re
ceived are on file in the Justice
Department and present an even
more important unsolved mystery.
They indicate that the United
States has been used for either
an espionage 6r a revolutionary
conspiracy. ..-.;
; Galindez started receiving me-,
ney, aUegedly from- Spanish Bas
ques, in 1950. He filed with the
Justice Department receipts for
wi in r eoruary 1350; 24,048
in March: then ront.inupH tn filo
receipts of $4,000 to $8,000 per
monm until the latter part of 1950.
when he was receivine arnunH
$18,000 a month. 1
This is lot of money to roll into
the Ian of a cnllppp) nrn.'pssnr whn
sent out no literature to ask for
money, maued few letters made
almost no speeches to large groups
of rjeonle. .
the money continued to roll In
amounts ranging oetween si.ouu
- NAGASAKI,- Japan (UPI) A
Soviet shiD which claimed it was
forced to abandon a scientific sur.
vey cruise because of radioactive
rain caused by U. S., nuclear tests
at Eniwtnlr tnnlr nn nrnvininna
here Tuesday before continuing to
ne : soviet port ot viaaivostoK.
The ship; the 5,500-ton Vityaz, put
into,, port here Mondav. Officers
claimed it was showered i2.95B
mlfs : e,s. of iEjaitwftolsdOtU May
:v.,:nv.-'J..,.''vi'v. v."'V.:,u..l.,.
Winter.) This little Peggy went to
marKet. er aaaay puousnes a
Salem, 111. newspaper.. .Who is the
powerful poliacal influence' (if any
in Florida, who allegedly keeps
the Dade County police froih bring
ing in any of the "material wit
hesses" involved in the 'unsolved
mnrrlpr nf Arthur. Karn-rf last Tloi
flth???? :Th Hnv. nf Flnrirla
says: "If y"ou hav any evidence,
let's have it". .The murderej
man's ily told this column:
'We've given him and all police
Involved nothing but", , Wny
don't the Miami Herald and otner
Fla. papers keep on this peculiar
; The Late Show movies are smoth
ering (he teevee opposition.
Movies are better than ingrates)
. .Several scandal mags" suddenly
disappeared off the stands. The
reason, we suspect, is that- iooi
many resptctable mags ; swiped
their act. ,' We will miss all Uie
wonderful people in Mon.e .Pros .Pros-er's
er's .Pros-er's !"i'ropicana Holiday' revusici.1
onderful people in Mon.e .Pros-
's "Tropicana Holiday ''revusicfcl
otrocl uihuro u.a unnliul U

tvegas wnere we enricnea we : V" "uu um-c ""s was
Runyon Fund by considerauis ?ald,c,pe eligible for tha,
money, despite ahe Tax Depan.?6? fllght- What they did, in ef.
ment's greedy bite. .Advt: Sea rfasto buy themselves i-dund.
Variety's page ad (and the H'woodtrlp ckets to San Francisco for
Reporter) this week-specially membership in the Navy, League.
the quo.e y (Broadway Confucius' ? "J .i' ; 1 j
. .The comical team of Mike Ni l N0 MAN T0 OUTER SPACE-.

nhnlo anr H.latna Mow hrnla rh.i
''Mr. Kelly's" record on May 29th
in Chicago. They ra.e a Broadway
.1 iirtt, F-1 I im.
snow. .wvv resumes lumiog ine
Winchell File" an the 16th at Des Des-ilu's
ilu's Des-ilu's new H' wood zoo. k
Love Leller Dept.; Our favorite
Los Angeles "newspaperman" is
the "only femme city editor of a
big city gazzee, the Los Angeles
Herald-Express. .Her name is
Agness Underwood, affectionately
called ''Aggie" by her staffShe
will be honored with a docor of
laws honorary degree by a Coast
medical college soon. 'In recog.
nition of her courageous leadership'
The evenPwill be held at P.
sadena Civic Auditorium-. .. News
paper people everywhere are joy
ous and proud. '. .She comes to
work every an, e meridian at 1
and directs her large staff in the
Hearst tradition: "Get it firs; but
first get righ .One line word word-portait
portait word-portait of VAggila'-: .She rem reminds
inds reminds you of your mommy.
The Commies meet "secretely"
in Boston (and Los Angeles) -soon.
(Some seekwit, ha). .Are you
eady: The new turned in mil mil-arlv'
arlv' mil-arlv' fashions will hp hpmlinps
higher than, the knees.. .Bes; crack
vet nn th arlf Hrpecr Ifian't
V v v iaa V w ua. VU ay V 1 rf ,T
can tne urce;: oacxs are tor
potatoes- ot tomatoes". . Ona
guess?. What teevee show cant
give away, the free tickets? Pe-!
, m.'(.
(by network staffers) shrug or
(v V-"r t' nil or -. Ovl'
heard at the Tender Trap: Vllie
way tha. ;: husbarid fnd wife are
battling yoy'd think they were
each other's '. .Passionate love-
nine iiu" tumcutiu a a i v c j
S.onerThanks for the plug. I
note from comedian Harvey
"d f6 much favorable reaction.
Tf a ninturp ia wnrth a thniwnnH
words a WinchrU boost is worth a
thousand agents."

to $24,000 a month for the next':
six years. In January, 1356 just1
before he was killed, or disappear.
In' tte laresl receipt of
The money waS suppose 3 to
come from Spanish Basqu-s in Ve.
nezuela. Mpxirn pmi.d r..

lombla. Tnha IV nJ7iT!T
'.uu '""v- nuwever, tnere are ex.
.U6 iciiuicuons in most of
these countries, so it's imrossible
to send money to other countries.
.mrthermore, money collections
are not easy even for skuLd mo.
i.ev raisers, and finiin.. u.j
- . UCU U9
machinery for soliciting funds
w busjjicious is the fact that
the minute he disappeared the mo money
ney money ceased comintr. Th r..
committee continued to operate,
uv uiuucjr came in, j
.Furthermore, no money was re.
Cived hv th K,.n. L-
before dalmdei "took cha" uiei
vuviuuwji me mcy came to
him because someone, possibly an
sm...: i-- i o-.
iidence in him
Galindez had two secret banking
accounts in Switzerland and he
transferred money to these ac.
counts, possibly for paying agents
in Europe. v
KUsl yh2 wa PayW Wra? An
w-2.sdl? he Pay Europe?
-This is the real mystery in the
uaundez murrler a
ably more .imnortant than tha
question of who spirited him off
Into nowhere. If this i niva ti..
quesUon of who kidnapped him
mn bisu oe unraveled.
; Note Congress might well stage
lUll Invest! Mtinn nf th nlin
dez case including Central Itellig!
cute, cia mows more aoout huga
amounts of money spent for es.
pionaee than anvon els in w.h
DeSDlte Ike' nnflmtsti rat. (
ment about the end of the reces.
sion, chances are that unemploy.
ment will hit the six million mark
by the end of June and seven, mil.
lion by the end of the summer.,
Prime Minister Macmillan is teL
ung President Eisenhower that
Russia's economic offensive ms
more dangerous ,than her military
threat. He warned Ike that Russia
is starting a world. wide tfade of.
fensive against British and Ameri.
can foods and that, tho
will haveto unite to prevent Rus.
sia frpm making gigantic .'econo.
mc inroaas in ine underdeveloped -countries..!
President Eisenhqwer
has sent a secret message-to Tu.
Psia' president Bourguiba plead,
ing, with him to avoid any. clash
with French troops. : S. ?
Ike warned that continued lncirl.
ents between excited Tunisians and
the French could exploue int a
xun.scaie war in Nnrtv. i...
This would give the French all
tne excuse they need, he said, to
reconquer Tunisia and wipe out its
Dictator Nasser is gleefully pre.
dieting that the rebels he is sup.'
Dortinff in Tjha nnn Will tlinna.J
in overthrowing the pro-American
guremineni,. iasser addessed a
meeting of his top Army officers
in Cairo laf
predicted Lebanon would be the
uexi country to lall into line as
part, -of his, empire no matter,
what Britain mil ln.nn.. jij
about it.
month this column reported that
the Naw fnrnichprf in
to fly civilians to a Navy League
vci uuu m oan r ranosco. ., It
now devplnna that t..
. : 1" m icff CJ1LCX.
Ps'n8 travelers took advantage
ui we uutasiuii to remote cross crosscountry
country crosscountry trios to th Wsat rn..f
I -Fr nnln 1 A friL j?. ...
il. iU; .iey niscoverea tnat
c?ulljoin Navy Uague
IOr Only 110. and Orir thil 1LO.
xuB u rutt-e nas reiusea io par
ticipate m an attempt to shoot a
man 150 miles into space in the
hose cona of a Jupiter.C missile
Maj; David Simons, an Air Forca
aero-medical specialist, has de.
signed a passenger-carrying nose
cone and had volunteered to take
the first ride in it. The Major's
proposed rocket ride, known as
"Project Adam," would have last lasted
ed lasted about 10 minutes.: The Army
originally got the cooperation of
both the Navy and Air Force.' Ho
ever, the Air Force has now with,
drawn from tlte project and this
probably kills it.
. ..;v -:, ,:-. v,;
grtssman Holifield of California,
a power on the Joint Congression.
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Hi nwiiiit; energy unjiiiitn'e, ts-
warning colleagues to beware of
any agreement Russia may offer
to end atomic tests. Holified points
out that the Russians could agree
to stop tes'ing A-bombs on their
soil, but still continuet he tests in
Red China. Then the Chinese
might agree to stop the tests on
condition that she be permitted
to join the Unied Naions. In oth other
er other words, she migh try to A-
bomb her way into the United Na.
. , : v
ZURICH, Switzerland; (UPI)
Qwiccnir AwitTprtanH'a n.finn.1
airune, ciaimea luesaay mat one
of its DC7C airliners had set a
new record, of 12 hours 55 min.
iitpa nn thP RpnPva.Npur Vnrlr rnn
An airline spokesman said tha
Swiss plane 'made the 3,945-mile
non-stop record flight on the night
uvu-awp acviu ugiii wu uinu
o: May 31-June. J. The previous
best time on the run was 13 hours
11 minutes set by a Trans World
Airlines plane, according to the

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LEAVES GOVERNMENT EMPLOY .--.Fellow employes from the U.S. Army Caribbean Quartermaster Laundry paid farewell tribute to Tle'velanil 4
Clarke, center, as he retired after 22 years of government service. Laundry officer Frank Mangogna congratulates Clarke on his lonr service as r-'''
Thomas B. Dorsey, chief of the Quartermaster administrative ano service branch, prepares to present Clarke with a letter of annreciatiort ri-nm
US ARC ALIB commanding general. (U.S. Army Photo). v",u" "urail

U S. May Have to Negotiate
With Red ChinaWarns Dulles

President Dean Of LSU To Query
59 Faculty Members On Integration

. WASHINGTON; (UPI) Secre Secre-.
. Secre-. tary, of State John Foster Dulles
indicated Tuesday .that the United
States mif ht ,be forced eventually
to negotiate with ? Communist
China if it wants a workable ban
on atomic1 testing. ':fs ; r t: f (
Dulles;1 niadev the disclosure at
- a news conference shortly' i after
, it was announced, that President
Eisenhower's new note to: Moscow
proposed' starting technical talks
in Geneva about July 1 on ways
to oolice any future test ban.
At ; the 'same time, Dulles said
the Utiit'1 States ;fnight deal, with
the Soviet puppet regime in East
Germany to obtain release of nine
American soldiers who strayed
across the Iron Curtain in a heli-,
copter. He said you sometimes
have to deal with kidnapers like
it or not.
Entering 1nt.n nptfnriat.inn with

Red China would be a dramatic

about-face for this country, which

uas -eieaaiasuy rausea 10 recog recog-,
, recog-, nize the Communist regime as the
legal government of; China. ; i f
' i i
-'f'cs. Would- Pose Problem
Dn'les -conceded such 1 action
Z would pose a political problem
which would have to be worked
OUt &tet.'':y-.--'"'':-?- :'-
But he Isaid it rwould be useless
' to agree on a nuclear test ban
: which would allow Russia to move
its tests to neighboring territory.
For this reason, he said, it would
Drobablv be necessary tn have in

spection station, in Red China. ?
A reporter asked the secretary
whether this'meant that the Unit Unit-v
v Unit-v ed i States at some' point might
. nave o reverse its long standing
policy and negotiate with Red

China. He replied he was not sure
just how the matter would be
handled. t 1 -
Dulles did not' discuss the pos possibility
sibility possibility of recognizing Red China
and it was believed he had some
other method in mind. This coun country
try country has dealt with Red Chinese
representatives at both Geneva
and Panmunjom' in Korea.
A reporter asked Dulles wheth whether
er whether Red China could be expected
to accept inspection posts in her
territory if they were established

linripr Tlnit.pd Natinns iiirisHirt.inn I

Red China i not a U.N.; member.

' 'Press UN Inspection''

Dulles replied that the United

States does not i insist on U, N.
jurisdiction in the matter. He
.Qflid thpr arA nthpr wnva in han

dle the problem but did not elab elaborate.
orate. elaborate. ,.
Dulles indicated the United
States would not agree to ban nu

clear tests unless the agreement

aiso aeais with other disarma disarmament
ment disarmament problems. He said the .ban
probably could not be isolated.
Thfl WhitA Wntisn riirlnH iha

text of the President's new .note
to Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush Khrushchev,
chev, Khrushchev, on the question of technical
talks on policing any- test ban.
'The president reaffirmed that
the Western sirfa urnnlrl innlnHo

scientists from the United States,
Britain, France and perhape other
nations. ;. ; ',

Eisenhower aerpeti in Russia In.

vitinff flxnprJs frnm f!Teohnoin-

vakia and Poland. But he opposed
Including technicians from neu neutral
tral neutral nations such as India at least

during the early stages of he

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Confident He II Win Senate Seat
I ""'II ... A ., '' t,l i i' 1 i I- Si.

NEW YORK (UPI)-The champ
is back in the political arena aft.
an absence of 18 years.
James a.i, Farley, 6' feet
weighing 216 pounds and in the
, pink of condition, is out to win
the Democratic nomination f o r
'i U.S. -senator from New York
- and he doesn't think the fact he
, is 70 years of age is any barrier.
;"Churchill rendered great ser service
vice service to his country and to the
world after he was 70," said Far.
"Now France, is turning to Gen Gen-eral,
eral, Gen-eral, de Gaulle.
- "Look at Harry S.' Truman Truman-He's
He's Truman-He's 74 and i vigorous. Bernard
Baruch is up, in his 80's and as
-( mentally alert as ever. And
there's Sen. Theodore Francis
.Green "of Rhode Island who, at
.90. is the oldest man in the Sen.j

Relations Committee. ,&tw
' "I'm not comnarinff mvself to

-these men. I just want to point

jui mat age is no barrier if a
Bian is in good health, as I am."
.Obviously Happy
talked at length with, '.'genial
Jim as we taxied up to the
Yankee Stadium to take in a ball

game, Farley's favorite form of

; relaxation. He is obviously happy
, at the -prospect of getting again
f into the thick of a political battle,
. after having been on the political
; sidelines since, August 1940 when
he resigned as Democratic nation,
i al chairman and postmaster gen.
eral That was when he became
chairman "of the board of Coca.
Cola Export Corp.
7"T "Was thousands "or.dolTars lh
the hole when I quit politics in
.1940,"s8i.d. Farley. "Living as a
cabinet member in Washington
was high, considering the salary
I was making.. Besides, I had to

The president -and nine deans of
Louisiana State University sched sched-uled
uled sched-uled interviews today with 59 iac
ulty members who signed 'a peti.
tion opposing a package of segre segre-gation
gation segre-gation bills bexore the Legisla.
ture. 3 '
The state House of Representa.
Uvea yesterday ordered the off iials
to question the educators and re report
port report their "findings to the House
on Wednesday. Tne president and
his .aides were, instructed to ask
the faculty members (1) whether

tney signea the petition and (2)
what' their, views are" on integri
tion. : ,'r ..
Legislators also asked the pres.
ident, Gen. Troy Middleton, to in.
vestigate "subversive activities"
at the university anr) "po hum

far they (Communists) have pene.
trated into the LSU' faculty and

aumuusiration." r,..v&:&

The petition was presented to

tne state Senate earlier this week
by; WaldO F. McNier ananplato

English professor at LSU. McNier

ana manes a. Keynarrd. profes

sor of constitutional law at the

LSU Law School annf arsrt a

House Education Committee hear.

ing Mondat in onDosition t.n hilk

drafted by the ; point legislative

commiuee on segregauoa. N
' Civil Liberties Union

' McNiet 1 saidhe was nrf officer

of ; the f American Civil Liberties:

Union,? which' has been ircited as

a : communist front '.organization
by the U. S. House un.Amripn

Activities Committee.! "fir;

,ben.; William M. Rainach said a

check of the netition. bearine sev

ersl iinrtr(1 name' rilsr-lnsaH

the names of ( the faculty, mem-

oers. Miameton told united Press

international he hart "nn" iriaa"

the two faculty members .had ap.
1 M At- '.i

Fcaicu ueiurte ue commuwe.

i "I will (have flo' comment ; to

make before J appear before the
House." Middleton said. Ho aHHH

that he expected, the deans' of the

nine coueges to appear wltn him.
The petition did not state that
the signers were ODDosed to see.

regation It Voiced opposition to

Dins a eiifned to shut down
schools ordered by federal courts
to integrate.
'Vary Sarlous Incident"
IReD. John Garrett, apcrpoation

leader who introduced the resolu.
tion to call the 59 faculty mem.
bers on the carrot, said it was

9 verv aprinna initonf

"At the recent hearings of "the

joini legisiauve committee on seg.

regatioh,: it" was proved that cihi.

mumsm ana integration are in:
separable" Garrett' said.
Reynard testified before the
committee: "As a v methodist I
think the bills are lmmoraL The
Supreme Court held some "of our
1954 and 1956 .bills unconstitutlon.
aL Now we are -about to write
another ; letter to Santa, Claus"
f '. -'-1' .''. .... !:,1,'"L
'Meanwhile,' '. the House Public
Education C o m m i ttee Monday
unanimously approved the pack,
age of eight racial bills and

sent tne measure tn th

, : W W ,M1 UUUO

-uoor lor actmn.

"t6aiuics ui. wnat. me !SU.
preme Court says, we are going
to whip their eae down," Rainach

Manila ;rupn nt.v health t

ficer Mariano Icasiano said Tues.

aay that all 'Manila school chil.:
dren WOnld h)t innonlatoH aooinof

Cholera next. Mondav. He sai.r

tight precautionary, measures, jn.

nuuwg a requirement tor proof
of immunization from all persons
coming here fr9ri Bangkok, Kara Karachi
chi Karachi and Calcutta, had prevented
any immediate danger, of an epi.
demic here.

Cfoyii-r Leys OH :
0.!cn Li on Iho
Dixcbsy Vcrk Order
DETROIT (UPI) Chrysler
Corp. today handed out more
disciplinary layoffs to union stew
ards for 'alleged failture to follow
work orders, but there were no re.
ports of work stoppages.

Chrysler gave two United Auto
Workers stewards at the Plymouth
body plant three-day suspensions
and one steward got a one-day
layoff. All three were charged
with failture to work during the
first hour of their plant shilt
The company yesterday; disci-
nlinprf IS union committeemen and

stewards for similar violations 0-

work rules 'aid down after the

ChryslerUAW cgfbract expired
June 1. During the no contract
nprinril Phrvslpf ia nrrierinff union

representatives in the plants to

spend less lime neguuauug wura..
er grievances and to limit these
negotiations to certain work hours.

'TWIT TTAW -::. enntrant v hni

- A i 1 r.0H V-VJ.V WH1'
gaining today with Genenl Motors;
VnrA btiA Chrysler- There were no

reports of rapid progress toward

agreement ana sources oi dou
side helieve the no.contract ner.

InH unll evtenH into Jiilv. ,"f. -1

- Similar disciplining. of more than;

zoo : commtteemen last ween Dy

Chrysler sparked wildcat strikes
at two plants here and that idled

5,400 workers. ;.; "' v"

' The application or Nlxodsrm clear
plmplea from tho kln. Use Nixoderm,
tnnlirV,, n1 bu hn: vmir akin hfl.

nnn.. .Im. nW .n .nff VEvftdftrmM

'is a modern treatment that kill
(terms and parasites that cause ec-,
umi. itchine and Mmnlea. You will

h not get rid of akin troubles until you

kill tne garmi tnai are niaaen in me
pores. So get Nixoderm from your
druifirlst today to clean, out pimple
nd clear apd soothe your akin. v

Venice Gondoliers

Fight For Life

In, Put-put Wosh ;
' VENICE. Italy (UPDThe van

ishing eondoliers of Venice met

today to discuss a proposed strike
agains their enemies-the motor-

ooav arivers wno inreaien tnem
with' extinction. i J ; J 1 y

The threatened strike was the
lafoct. mnva in n ftnlnrflll hllf

deadly serious battle for survival
by the boatmen who have helped
make the city of Venice and its

can? Is a magnet for romantic

tourists. i

Changing ways of life, and the
mnfnrViAot nova roHiireri fhe niim

ber of gondolas from 10,000 in the
. . A. IAS iJ

letn century no a jnere w( t-oaay.

Af -trtrlau'o' amarffonlv ITlOpt.intf

he gondoliers will decide whether
to strike or fall back on some

snectacur de".ontrationvto em emphasize
phasize emphasize their plight.
The. gondoliers comnlain, ( that
besides stealing passenger tragic
from them, waves caused by the
"nec'v motnrNiRts cut .Ky two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds the life sosm of k their ex

pensive hgnt crait. "v, ,1

''We are not trying to'have Jmd

torhoas outlawed,,", a gondo'ler

spokesman explained, over, the

roar of a passing motorboat.
"What we are spekinff is inst.

peaceful coexistence."-. t

maintam a home in New York
and Bend my Kids to school." ;
Jim is quietly convinced he will
prove a good vote getter. V The
same rules, he said, apply today
as years ago in winning public
confidence: i "A "candidate i must
have character, energy, ability and
personality."- i ? n
l -:'l' '.'X)'-'Stji ;- :;V!,'.
.''TP--, .

ney saia ne has felt ,for a
long time that the United States

government has overlooked, the

promems south of the border and
devoted too miu-h timo fn

'In F.TIP'b tim 'B.T.f..:j

Secretary of State Cordell Hull

nun Tine,: reiar.mno ,.M,34-h t .4:-

American countries. These rela-

uons nave since deteriorated, w
'In the Senate I'm sure I could

IieiD C Pal nn mimk u.

aerstanmng that exists i- today

or tnp nArdar t 4k:u

I could serve my country in other

. Foley's political begSn

in wnen ne was elected town

cierk cf Stony Point, Rockland

uunty. tiN.xu. He was born in

neamy .urassy Point. He later

pecame chairman of the Rock,
land County Democratic commit,
tee. He served one term in the
Assembly, and later became chair,
man of the Democratic state com.
mittee. n,-. .2 ,,,.?,: .;, --m,
: Subseaupntlv r.....t:.

national chairman, "he successfuL
ly handled Franklin D. Roose.
velf s, first two campaigns for the
presidency. He became nostmasL

er general and a member of

FDR's cabinet. .-
If the Demorratie atata nAniran I

tion nominates FarW tnr tha

Senate in August," many political

observers believe he will prove to
be a great vote.getter. He is ad.
justable. anrl pan mnv wifh lh

limes, as he nuts it: h i unHnd. .1 V.i--!

"I thinlr I'll ... .11 -i.u II V ..Vr-- Ul VUWIU

- mane uui au( hjjui. tflVHT, X aHIDl Clly,

Panama Student v
Wins Law School

Scholarship In NY


Solis, of Panama City, has been

awarded a half-tuition scholarship
to Tulane University, Law .School,
New Orleans, La. s
Solis, a member of this year's
BTaduatin? class at Fnrriham rnl

.... u um u, vwl
lege, N. Y. is the son of Dr." and
Mrs. Menalcn Soli nf. tanon

City. Graduation excercises will be
held on Fordham's Rose Hill camp
us this afternoon.
A Dolitical acienr m1m Cnfi

this year was cited as one of Ford
ham'l nnftunilinM T :

..aut a vura.nuuuig uaull- ArneflC-
an students. He was president and
a fnunriinff memhav nt r,.

o ... uic euuu
Hispano Americano, an associa association
tion association o Latin-American students at
Fordham University. He was also
editor of the association's news.

paper. 1 ... ... --

" Durmgliis SenioryearrSollrwas
Fordham's delegate to the Fede Federation
ration Federation of Latin-American Associat

10ns of New York.

He is"

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Observance of her majesty,
l? The British Ambassador and Lady Henderson and their
t guests celebrated the official birtu-ay of Her Majily. Uueeu
Elizabeth II today at the British Embassy. u
!" Two receptions were held, one. at noon for members ol
4-the' diplomatic corps, government ofiicials Jn iVanama, ,rtu,
the press; and one at three for British subjects living

I Panama.
Admiral And Mrs. Wales
Entertain For Thomas Kyans
1 Admiral and Mrs. George Wafts
will entertain at a dinner in their
quarters this evening in honor of
Captain Thomas Ryan, legal .of .officer
ficer .officer with the 15th Naval Utsurict,
and Mrs. Ryan who are leaving
the Isthmus in the near future.
Arrive For Llm.Gamble
Wedding Sunday
. Mrs. AuriUe P.T Lim Golding and
Mrs. Peter S. Golding and daught daught-ers
ers daught-ers arrived on Tuesday from At.
mirante where Mr. Golding is emT
ployed with the United Fruit Co.
The Goldings will be the house
guests of Mr. and Mrs., Alexander
P. Lira, Jr. in Panama City and
of Mr. and Mrs. Luis E. Wong in
Colon. Alter the wedding they will
leave for a two months vacation. in
Europe. v
1 Alexander P. Lim arrived today
for his daughter's wedding and
will be the house guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Alvin P. Lim in Colon.
rSday on WSs MeUpah from
nvfnrri Ohio. She has completed
Miss Alice P. Lim win aiso ar
fiYford. Ohio. She has completed
her freshman year at Miami of 0 0-hio
hio 0-hio and will be one of the brides,
maids, in her sister's wedding.
The marriage of Miss Arlene P.
Lim and William Gamb'e will take
, place Sunday at a nuotial mass at
the Miraculous Medal Church.yThe
reception will follow at the Cris.
tobal Sky Room. i
Miss Jo Ann Potter
Will Spend .Summer Here
t. Miss Jo Ann Potter arrived to.
day on the Ancon from Bucknell
University in Lewisburg ; Pa., to
spend the sunfmer with her par.
ents, Gov. and Mrs. Wiliam E,
potter. '
Bogota SKAL Club
Arrives Today "'
..Members of the Bogota SKAL
Club, an International association
Ot Travel agenis,i m ,wj
vH be guests the El Panama
Il'lton Hotel During their three
iW-Vfsit the Manama Skaf '. Club
' ;U entertain the members at h a
K'ffet dance Friday- evening at
the El Panama Hilton. Saturday,
a! sightseeing tour has been ar.
ranged by the Persons and the
Boyd trave' agents. -The group
will also be guests of the Interna,
tional Hotel for lunch.
Mabbt And Mrs. Wltkln
Will S-nd Month In US
;;Rabbi and Mrs. Nathan Wilkin
end their two son?. Dsnny a d
fjimmy will sail Saturday ot the
A!Son 'or the Staffs. Thev nlan to
be kway from the Isthmus for one'

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Min Peggy Donovan Has
House Gutst From Matai :
MisT Peggy Ann Donovan,
daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. ieury
it. uonovan arrives -afoiiui-j uigul
from St. Mary's at Notre Dame
to spend the summer with aer par.
ents. Miss Mary Moloney, a class,
mate from Detroit, Mien, arrived
with Miss Donovan and wu be her
house-guest until July 1.
Mist Frances C. Wong
Will Receive MD At Stanford
Miss Frances C. Wong, daught daughter
er daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francisco M.
Wong ot Colon, will receive her
degree in medicine from the School
Oi Medicine at Stanford Universi.
ty on June 15,( ....
Mr. and Mrs. Wong, their young,
er daughter, Donna, and M r s.
Wong's niece, Herminia Kam, are
in the United States to attend the
graduation ; following which Mr.
Wong and1 the two young vwomen
will remain In .'California! or a va va-cation
cation va-cation of two weeks.
Dr. Wong plans -to continue her
Jfle. J. ited States and
Kings County Hos.
pital, New4 York
Midshipman Mott
Visiting Parents
Midshipman Carlton E." Mott.
Jr. is spending his June leave with
his parents Capt. and Mrs. C. E.
Mott at Quarry Heights. Cii Iton is
a first classman at the V.d Naval
Academy. Upon his return he will
go to the Mediterranean where he
will serve on a destroyer of the 6 h
Fleet before resuming his stv'ies
at the Academy,
Kenneth Wheeler
Spending Vacation Here
Kenneth Wheeler, a sclent
Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Blacksburg, Va. is spending
summer vacation wi n his on'
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Whce er
. i"
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Jn I
Miss Marian Evani 1 J
Receives Degree
1 Miss Marian Evans,-daui'hfer o'
Mr, anoHUrsr Albert H.Evs Sr"
received her BS degree from Car
negie Institute of Techno nuy at
Carnegie's commencement exercl
on June 10. v v
Daniel M. Eggleiton ,'
Home From College
Daniel M. Eggleston, Jr., who is
a student at Virginia Polytechnic
Institute at Blacksburg, Va,, arriv.
ed home this week to spend his
summer vacation with his wents,
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Eggleston
in Balboa.
Mr. and Mrs. Calhoun
Wi'l Leave For States
Mr. ?nd Mrs. John C. Calhoun;
of South Pasadena, Calif., will
sail Saturday on the SS Ancon for
Blue Hills, Maine. They have been
house guests for the p a s t ,i wo
weeks of Mrs. Calhoun's brbther,
John R. Horan, American vice,
consul in Colon.
Camboa Women's Club
Annual Luncheon
' The annual luncheon and insta'.
lation of officers of the Gamboa
Women's Club was held at the
Fort Amador ,Of "Jeers' Open Mess
yesterday. Guests of honor incltid.
ed Mrs.. John C. Harrison, founder
and honorary president of the
club; Mrs. Albert Saarlnen, ju.
nior past president of the Balboa
Women's Club and Mrs. Marion
"J" Street

Box 134,

msm 8.00 ,J 10
Green, president e'ect o." the Cris.
.ooai women's Club.
- incoming uuicers who were in
stalled by last years prMiei,
mis. K. V. Sellens were Mrs John
Spear, president; Mrs. W. G Ger.
imrt, vice.presiueat; airs. w. w.
Rogers, recording secretary? Mrs
A. i utile, corresponding secretary
and Mrs. Alfred firameid, ureasur.
er. uirk. John Campbell, a past
Dresident. installed Mrs. Set ens as
chairman of committees. A lite
membership was presented to .Mrs.
W. P. Brauley.
Mrs. Sellens presented the out
going oiiicers guts and thanKed
them for their support aurin 'he
past year. In behalf of ths Club,
Sellens with a silver tray..
Ikn notice fet Inelmio in thu
..columa Jh'ou.d e iHbmiitid hi
tv-wuttav form and mail at
ooa nymbii littid daily in So
cial and Otharwna," r dclivatad
v hd to the ottica. Noticaa er
meeting! cannot b acctptad
att-pboaa, .';.;-V-',i 4" v S'?
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Sports Car-Club"v ir
The Istumian Sports Club wil
holu us moiHihy i .aO I n.
day, June 13, at the community
House 15in iNaval District t Busi Business
ness Business will include election o. the
ciub secretary and announcement
of fuiure events. Anyone interest,
edln sports car activities is wet.
come. For inxormation call Bud
Weishaar, Navy 2285.
USOJWB Will Sponsor ;
Father's Day 3rakfat
vne USu-jVB Armed Forces Ser
vice Center is sponsoring a special
i'atner's Day breakfast at 9 a.m.
Sunday morning at the JWB. All
service personnel' and their de.
penoents are invited to attend.
Paraiso Local 900 CIO ;
TIia Paraiso rpeion of I.oral flno
Ciu will hold a business meeting
in the meeting roo,n o: the Parai.
.0 Cuvic Center on Friday, June
13 at.7;30 p.m., .': ...
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FRANKFURT. Germnv- Mrs.
Alia Kemper, wife of Maj. George
iiiiemper. una Ox the nine Amer.
ican airmen- being held prisoner
by German Ref because their
helicopter inadvertently strayed
into tiie Communist zone of East
Germany last Saturday: ; '. M,
"i oou't usually worry, but it
was foggy and misty ; when my
husijano took off, and I had a
strange )ecling that something
was going ;to happen." ; '; ;
LONDON British Defense Min Min-ister
ister Min-ister Duncan Sandys, defining the
purpose of a "world security au.
thority". which Britain has 'sug.
nrestetl should be set up under the
United Nations: v. v.-.
. v.-. ."Its iunctions would be to su supervise
pervise supervise the process of disarma disarmament,
ment, disarmament, to prevent any re-arming
thereafter and to deal with any
acts cf aggression by the dis.
armed countries."
NEW YORK James A, Far.
ley, explaining why he doesn't
think that the .act he is 70 years
od is any hindrance to his be becoming
coming becoming a United States senator:
'Churchill rendered great serv.
ice to is country ': and to the
world after he was 70. Now
France is turninn to General De.
Gaulle. Look at Harry TS. Truman
he's 74 and vigorous. .I'm not
comparing myself to these men,
I just want to point out that age
is no Darner li a man is in gooa
health, as I am." ;
Ronald ColmarVs ;
Widow Gets $3000
Monthly Payments
I That widow of the late film
staf. Ronald Colman, has been
. "ranted $3,000 nonthly support
nayments from his estate,' valued
"in excess of one million dol-
'ars."'" r:-'f-:"''vtv,'J
Sunerior Judge Ernest D. Wag
ncr Tuesday approved Mrs. Col.
man's petition for a temporary
grant front Colman's estate ,
Colman, ; whose film career
spanned three decades, died of a
v ms luno infection May 19 at St.
I Francis Hospital. He was 67,
t:o mpzn mm
MonvOses Mexana On Mel
1 Mexana prevented diaper rash In over
95 of hospital cases lestedl No ordl-,
T nary powdef, it's medicated, aniiseptic,
" bas absorbent cornstarch base. Clings
' close, prevents heat rash, chafe, loo.
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Broadway Bulletin Board: Un
h?ss someone talks him out of it,
which is devoutly .o be hoped, A A-lan
lan A-lan Dale in his -next Broadway
night club appearance will do ev-j
erything possible to capitalize on
tlie front page pubbcity he receiv.
ed when he was pushed through
a glass door at the Latin Quar'.cr
a couple of weeks ago. A this
opening at the Old Romanian Jime
18, he plans to wear while gloves
lo drama. ize his wounds and will
employ, a "bodyguard" to protest
him from future attempts at assas
sination or something ...
land's Royal Ballet formerly Sad
lers" Wells is about to announce
a major resignation. The person in involved
volved involved is headed for a new job
of great interest to (jance farre...
Chirkie James, the perky Cafe de
Pari shmrgirl. seems to have
flipped over jazz impresario Mor Morris
ris Morris Levy. He's been her late-late
date four niahts in' a row... The
Les Pauls have adopted a baby
girl i.. SilverUnmg note: ine re
cent marital dispute involving Sit
vans Pamnanini and Marauis Gui
do Tanzi has revived her popular
ly with the Italian mm tans.
Tha Ali Khan's newest chap.
ter with his sweetheart Bettina
it takinj on. rather a highbrow
tone, to the surprise, of their
chums in Paris. The aay couple
ustd to be seen at cafes, parties
and i racetracks,, but t h,e y'ye
switched to ballets, art exhibi exhibitions,
tions, exhibitions, coneerr-.een Robert 0
penheimer's lectures at the Sor
bonna... Jackie Gleason will rus
ticate this Summer in a coHage
at Shawnaa.on-the Delaware,
where he's been on the golf an
slimming kick.,. They new cigar
eHe girl at the Embers is worth
a second look' from the movie
talent scouts. She's Adrian Gil Gil-more,
more, Gil-more, dauqhter of Kynn Gilmore
and double for Ava Gardner.
Sinnowrilpr Sammv Cahn delight
ed -friends during his New York
visit by confiding that he may
write the score fpr a Broadway
show next season,.. Juano Hernan.
Ap?. is furious wi.h the -government
nffic ials in Puerto ) Rico. He was
h irked bv the strings' attached
to a gran- of S33,ouu to nig acting
school he nbi only folded the dra
ma academy but took immediate
steps to leave the .island and set set-Ha
Ha set-Ha in Hollywood... French bistros
on Manhattan's West Side have
paid tribue to "le ense'' by pul
ling pictures of General de GaulU
in their windows...; Nancy Olson,
the former Mrs. Alan Jay Lamer,
is doins the olush nlaces with Jim
Hanson, once the fiance of Audrey
Hepburn... Mom Dorsey, wno gave
Melodist Ollicisl,
To Preach Sunday;
ThP T-ev. H. 'B. Sherlock, -B.K
Mtariman nf the Jamaica District
of the .Methodist Churchf; which
omhrapps H&iti. Panama and CoS-
ta Rica is, expected w arnvOiOn
the Isthmus Saturday.
trts niaiine'd for Sherlock to par-
ucpa;e in we aeaicauou wi
church In Cativa on Sunday' after after-nnnn.
nnnn. after-nnnn. That morninfi. he will preach
at the Wesley Church m Pananu
City; and in the evening at Ihe
Methodist Church in Colon. The
Service in Colon is set for.J p.m
Sherlock will come to Panama
from Cosia Rica, where he lam
thi. pnrnprstone of a new church
being built in tht .City of Limon.
Sherlock's earner amvav,
nama had been delayed by the ill
nf follow churchman. h
had been exoec.ea y paruppnrs
1 4iki1aa oolphratlOIl 0
in a ICtCIH juuuvv y.
the church. -; f 'rtS tt'
t nhrain S. Alfonsel deputy
Aoirmm nf the Central : aAmen-
can District,' ana supemucuuw.v
ef -the Panama Methodise Church,
is in charge ot the scneauie ur
the visiting cnurcn oiiiwar.
Paraiso Mutual r
Aid Club Launches
Four-Point Drive
Member of the Paraiso Mutua"
Hit rinh-hav alarted a new four-
roint drive aimed at extending
their-activities. ...
tvi naw ririva U-aimed
-1) providing and artificial teg
for a female resident of Chiva
Chiva; 2) providin? light re.
frrQvimont fnr local rate re-
tired employes on the days wneu
they are lined up, awaung; their
..hacks' av eontributinf" to
tko T.afin.Amaripah ; scholarship
fund, and 4) building a permanent
platform at Tne,;sme
mamoraiva nlaOUB id ParaiS6.: -1
Tha .iiih has nbnned a series
of activities aimed at providing
funds for the drive ano ,wiu aiso
personally accept; donations ffm
individuals.' -:j :f, 'y '.-K;
TKis Cabbie iTrles
To Give Service
Frogs Are Born y:
MtTRPHY. N.C. (UPI)-Taxi
driver Leon' Lanniag hasl3 new
mouths to reed-but on y tempo.
rarily. "i-'"'-.'!' V ' fHfr' :: :-'
Lannins took over -this task be.
cause he felt air obligation to the
mother he ran jover and injured
with hiseab. .-'
- The mother- is a female pos pos-:
: pos-: sunw- The-iabJsroke herij:ont
legs. And when Lanning was
checking her ; condition, he found
13 youngsters ; in her pouchi -.
'. Tne county eame warden cave
Lanning permission, to care. for
t'n family' v'il mother is

, able to travel again.

sons Tommy and Jimmy to the
jazz world's Hallo f Fame, is on
the last lap of her recuperauon
in Lansford, Pa... Lex. Baxter and
Norma Clark, an attractive caf?
society divorcee, discovered each
other. ;n Capri.
You 'hink rock'n'roll is on its
way out? Well, maybe; bu.. i.n
optimistic new publishing firm has
just organized under the name oi
the Eternally Music Co... Henry
Stampler, who owns the restaur
ant on Central- Park South, will
have an in.eresting- collaborator

on ms forthcoming cook book-
the curvaceous cnmedienne Dag
mar. ihe 11 add humorous co:n:
ments to his recipes in avolume
.o be titled "Cookin' Up a Storm
...Carol Lawrence has been in se
tret session wi.h MGM ofiicials.
A single picture deal is brewing...
Somebody goofed on the booking
of bhiri uonway in an area-style
tt"c;' -MkT
Wallingfrd, Conn. Just half an
hour away Sylvia Sidney is doin
the same show in Hartford bo.fl
openings on the same night,, too.
Goldie Hawkins saw a'night club
owner's dream come true the otb
er night when Fred Astaire, Gene
Kelly, Noelle Adam and Sydney
Chaplin descended on his estab
lishment. While Noelle provided
the most siunning decorative effect
Gene sang 'I Could Write a Book,
Sydney ran though a good deal ol
almost an hour. Goldie's -. breath
less comment afierwards: "lie's
the pro of world"...It was bound
to happen, of course.
A new housing development in
New Canaan, Coo., .will name
its main street Van Cluburn Road
in honor of the young pianist
There's also plan effot to have
each house flanked by pinac pinac-shaped
shaped pinac-shaped swimming pool... Tony
Franciosa, in Rome for the film-
ing of '.'The Naked Maa," is
telling everyone how marvelous marvelous-ly
ly marvelous-ly generous Anna Magnanl has
been to him. He asked her for
. a few acting pointers,, and she.
virtually dropped everything to
work with him, ;
The Composer, one of the town's
best music rooms,; is geting -! .a
'60,000 face-lifting new carpe.s,
BraDeries and banquettes. All be
ing done without (Sis'turbing the
ja .lovers... Carol atevens o:
"U'l Abner'1 is receiving roman romantic
tic romantic cables from Jbhn Romaine, an
executive of a, soft drink firm
ht South Africa .' He wants her to
flv over there and become .nis
brWe...B6rscht Circuit spots, with
a few de luxe exceptions, are fuel fueling
ing fueling the recession. Summer reser reservations
vations reservations are 'way below par.
Special Broadcasts
To Ccrrkmoir.oraia
Israeli Anniversary
The American Committee for. Is-
ral's tenth anniversary, a commit
tee of 500 distinguished American,
leaders of aU faiths in the field!
of religion, art, labor, music and
public service, nas prepared a ss.
ries of three special radio, broad broadcasts,
casts, broadcasts, with authentic music and au authentic
thentic authentic speech excerpts from Is Israel.
rael. Israel. ; :7':" : yf;-iA'ir'::': 'f.V'-'siy
The first nroeram, .'Israel is
Born", will be presented at '10:30
p.m. Thursday evening on HOAO
and features' the reading of hc
proclamation on May 14, 1948, of
Israel's independence by David ben
Gurion as weu as the voice of
Chaim Weizmann. first president
of Israel, This program is an Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Holsm an production.'
The follwing two Thursdays, two
programs will be presented a'i the
same hour entitled "Israel Sings"
featuring authentic folk sbnns re.
corded in Israel with outstanding
Israeli musicians and choral
Margarita Bible
School Sels Last
Session For June 20
- The Daily Vacation Sible School
of the Margarita Union Church Will
conclude its...sesaion, wi;h a public
program "on Juno Id at 7 u n.
1 According to Mrs. William It.
Dixon, director of Ihe school, the
program is: designed to give the
conareeation and the eene.a! pub-
lie a first .hand yig-v of. the activity-of
Ihe school. --
Following t!ic orief nrocranv the
handicraft and f;nui proiec's yiU
be on display Ari. Dixon saul at
tendance and response on the part
of the children hid tteert very. sTond.
The theme -Hr. the two week period
has been-Bie treasures.-;. -k3;v.-...:
A fea'ur) '-of-.tbo daily sesion sesion-has
has sesion-has been' a series of sr-ci?l vieK vieK-ers
ers vieK-ers at the opening devotional", Thse
speakers inc-.iid3 missionaries, pa,
tors, youth woikrrs and othors.
Mausif also Kns been 'emphaciz
ed with a nun ber of new choruses
beinrleflrne' bv the qhildren. ':
': "Christian Fathers' is the title
f thct scnon for.S",; F vtiir;s
Day, at Margarita unron Church
and Coco So'i'Chancl. ',
The Rev. Theodore E. Franklin,
Pa'or of the church, sid- hat the
nrain 'theme deals with Christian
stand-rds. of parenthvq, I' will be
a continuation of his Mother g pay
sermon ot last montn. ,;r.
-, LONDON (UPI)-Britain' h a s
announced4 the' ending of coal ra rationing,
tioning, rationing, the last item on the
World War II ration list. Minister
of Power Lord Mills told the
House of Lords yeslerday that 'he
' 1 i fL a. 1-
government,. pians to mi curiums
oi coal about mid.July. Actually,
it Will, make little- difference to
tha nation's homes.. Although
householders technically still are
reouired 'to register for coal
there has een plenty to go

around for several yt '-s.

Fi!m Lev 3 j J lov
p...., f 'n
filD Fcr Divacos
Hollywood's most glamorous stars
were in the divorce market today.
tine was red-haired Deborah
Kerr, whose 12-year marriage to
television producer Anthony C.
Bartley had been considered one
of tinel town's most successful.
The other was Rhonda Fleming
the auburn-haired actress whose
six-year marriage to handsome
physician Lew Morrill was a
stormy one of repeated separa separation
tion separation and reconciliation.
Miss Kerr charged her husband
with extreme cruelty yesterday in
an action in superior court in
Santa Monica. Her action com completed
pleted completed an international triangle of
accusations and denials set off
last Saturday in London when
Bartley filed "enticement" charg charges
es charges against screenwriter Peter
Viertel and Miss Kerr now are

Viertel termed Bart
in Vienna on a picture making
ley's accusation "utterly ridicu
lous' in denying be had, stolen
the actress love.
: Miss Fleming charged Morrill
with grievous mental cruelty in
her suit to end the couple's mar marriage
riage marriage that survived three separa separations
tions separations and three reconciliations.
Queen Spraya May
Have Ibppjr Secret
For Former Spouse
NEW. YORK, (UPD-'A recon
ciliation between the Shah of Iran
and former Queen Soraya the
woman he exiled and divorced
because she failed to provide him
with an heir, appeared a possi
hilitv today.
It is believed fhe pretty former
queen may be taking with her an
exciting secret when she sails
from New York ? today on the
Queen : Elizabeth. t
Unconfirmed reports indicate
that American'"- doctors either
have performed, : or will perform
at a later date, an operation that
may make it possible tor the de dethroned
throned dethroned queen to become a
- Soraya and the Shah parted last
renruary because their marriage
failed, to' produce an heir and a
divorce was signed early in April.
Spokesmen at the New- York
hospital, the Iranian Information
Bureau, and occupants of Sora Sora-v's
v's Sora-v's suite at the Waldorf-Astoria
Towers refused to give either a
flat denial or a 'confirmation.
At the time of their, breakup
the Shah was reported deeply dis distressed
tressed distressed at the necessity of part
ing with his; "dear" wife, but the
queen was exiled and the 'divorce
obtained; ;,;" r": .;
"If Soraya ribw haV good, news ;:k
recondliatidn is possible. There
is a technicality In the unique di divorce.'
vorce.' divorce.' frnswn 1 in Iran as the
"sinsle divorce.". This means that
if; the' hush and visits the wff
within 100 days after the divorce
jg sjsneo ty automaticbllv ar.
msn anH wif- Veain
The Shh now is vacationing In
Hawaii,; EWen dys nfter Sor Soraya
aya Soraya lves thj iJni W States, nre nre-fnmabiy
fnmabiy nre-fnmabiy for Her father's home in
Bonn. Wst Germany th Shh is
srr1ul"' to y)sit. pan Frjunc'cv
;''''Ther,M3(av8, terminal dafe
f"r the Shh-.sorova riivorco q
". it., a inew are o reopr
;row"ij(.e they will have to
uu u. uien.
Most marriages would be hap
pier if a .woman would only re
That instead of trvinir tn ho fha
idea of a "good wife" she should
si-mpiy try to do the things that
are important to her own hus husband.
band. husband. T
-That unless she tmsts'-her hus husband
band husband she isn'i likely to have a
husband she can trust. f
That it is her job to get along
with her inlaws. And if they are
difficult 'to get along wi h .that
nieans she has a harder job met
uiai sne can marx mem otx as
That no man will thank her for
doing without things she necls
and could have. She should ac
cept her share of things and be
hanpy instead of foolishly doing
without in the hope that her self
denial will make her ; husband
think, he is a lucky man to have
... t. j V: .....
a wue wno aemana.T so uu e.
That being a good housekeeper
and good mother doesn't necessa.
rily. mean that a woman is a good
we.. ...
That while her husband can talk
about mv office she should nev
er "talk about, "my home." Jt
should always be our home"
and her aim should be to make
it as pleasing a nlace to life for
her husband as for her.
'inat we omy way a wife can
improve her husband is by do
ing her part to create a hanny
marriage and a happy home. She
can't improve him by trying to
make him over, to suit herself.
That the more tolerant she is

of her husband's faults and short 1 1
iu. ii !.ife

wni'iss, fie mure luierani, ne
will be of hers.
That she can't hope to make
her.husbaiid and family : happy
unless she ig hapov, herself.
That if she doesn't4 want to he
married to a heel she should nev
er make her husband feel like
Rep. Antonl JNT. Sadlak said y t er
day he hopes he'll win the Re.
publican nbmination""and be elect elect-ed
ed elect-ed governor because it will give
a real boost to his son's musical
career. "There's no room in a
congressman's salary for a grand
piano." Sadlak said. Eut there is
one in the governor's mansion.

El.t:;::i Nation

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republic of
13 It was
occupied by
the until
the end of
14 Surgical saw
15 Viscous
mud (pi.)
1 Anatomical
2 Misfortunes
3 Pseudonym of
Charles Lamb
4 Hunter
5 Requires
t Onager
7 Summer (Fr.)
t Russian
9 Recommence
10 Unclosed
16 Artists' frames 11 Aihen
17 Chalcedony 12 Abstract
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It Hops' kiln
21 Doctrine
22 pulp it
one of its
25 Baton
27 Royal Italian
family name
31 Ventilate
32 Before
33 Lubricant
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35- Winglike part
33 Feminine
37 For fear that
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40 Type ef gun
41 German river
43 Ocean
43 Girl's name
47 Formerly
SO Austere
52 Mistakes
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Maida'g' mother had just finish
ed her- luncheon sandwich -wheal
a neighbor dropped in. Together
with coffee they ,ate up some left leftover
over leftover chocolate layer cake.; iw J
Later, Maida .brought home a
high school friend." Upon learning
where' the cake had gone, ; she
snowed ; annoyance. As sfoon ; a
the friend departed, she express
ed it with force. ,',-'
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.nought you were on a diet''register'"-'he''.-
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uu jyu cajjbi.1 iu suae weigiiv

you jjoDDie cake an day? J w.islllowup "so that we cart hold vn-to.

counting on serving that cake to
Phyllis. But you can never count
on anything in this house. -Really,
mo.her. -w'f: :l
. Her parent blew Bp "Who do
you think you are the Queen nf
Sheba?",, she shouted. ."Let's get
this straight! I'll eat cake whwi:
ever I feel like it! And my diet
is my business, not yours. l,Jev.
er heard, pf jflucheek,: ,my
As helsuue'cl' offspf ing1 retf eal eal-ed.
ed. eal-ed. she. became conscious of a
great sense ot renet.. e teit so
carefree and comfortable in her
self that she thought, ,"Gosh.
blowing up is wonderful. I must
do it more often.". .. .....
But blowing, up had not caused
her relief.

Capon Breast For Wedding
Baked Fish Is Spanish : Dish

NEA Food

In his season of brides, we flew
to Washington. D.C. a little late
for the cherry blossoms to talk
with Bernard Binon, a master or
wedding feasts., y
He is executive cnei ot me eie-
gant Sheraton-Carlton. : Ihe' c n
the handsome" dining room a few
rteos away from the White House,
Chef Binon expanded on his luxur luxur-ous
ous luxur-ous 'Breast of Capon Carlton?' a:
perfect dish to set before the June
bride, groom and their- gue-tu.
'. Breast of Capon Carlton
14 servings)
jf ,:. .;,i';.. --t'-'.'. '--S-''r.,
Four nice fresh breasts of vv
non, 4 iMn slices Virginia um, 4
tablespt f.ns butter,- 4 table ;poon-i
Muscat grapes.
Sauce: Three tablespoons but-
er, 3 tablespoons flour, 1 teaspoon
salt. 1-8 teaspoon pepper, 1 cups
rich milk or heavy cream ,1 iea
xnnon lemon iuicer 3 tables poons
French cognac or water and lem lemon
on lemon juice (half and half), 1 medium
sized '.ruffle, julienne, or 1 3 ounce
can broiled in butter mus.irooms,
Sauti fi'st the capon breist, tnd
then 'the Virginia ham in butter
On a; hot platter place 1 capen
breast on a piece of ham hm-J top
with I ub espoon of seeded -M ;s-

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woman who could assert, her own
value. ,,w"!-
Child guidance? experts ?mislea'(T
us wnen they extol the usefulnesg
of a blowup to children. Our ex.
plosion does us no permanent
good unless we register what i
hag teally represented an an
nouncement of ourselves as i ner
i son enauea 10 consideration.
real cause oi our? relief alter'- a
our new self respectand begin
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assertion. We 'put' our trust Jnto
angry explosions instead of into
our new sense' of importance.
And every time Maida irritates
us, we feel obliged to produce a
temper tantrum. '
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A blowup's relief,, insufficiently
understood, can turn us into a bul bully
ly bully instead of ,into a consistently
self-respecting parent.
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at BY COMPETITIVE INSPECTION durin; the month of May, Company D, (Walker) 34th Armor was selected as having
the honor mess hall on the post of Fort Kobbe. Col. Robert W. Garrettt, commanding' officer 1st Battle Group, 20th In- ?
fantry makes the presentation to Trinidad Chavei, unit mess sergeant. Others in the picture look on. Frcjnt row (left to
right) CWO 2 Harry J. Nairn, post food advisor Garret, Chavei, Capt. James H. Dickson Jr., Commanding Officer Co. P,s
34th Armor and 1st, Lt. James A. Cooper, unit mess officer. Cooks, in the background are Pfe. Peter Butters, Sp3 Charles Charles-Freeman,
Freeman, Charles-Freeman, Pfc. James Hicks and Pfc." Angel Torres. (U. S. Armv Photo). .V

f Tin -Reported In Flight
Extension Of Trade Program As Tension 6rov$


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which in turn comes trom t n

game of Bnage. in dridge hearts

.was the ranking suit ana me aeai

er cither named trump who uud

to name trump.
Either opponent could double
and doubling and redoubling were
unlimited, i '
Some Mississippi River steam steamboat'
boat' steamboat' gamblers invented the so

called Mississippi Heart hand in
which the dealer was given the

8ix top hearts and seven top

cards in two other suits with a
void in the fourth. He would make
it a heart and when an' opponent

doubled would redouble indefinite

ly. The opponent would hold the
other seven hearts and six tops

cards in the void suit so declarer

would be down one.

The' hand is jduscussed in my

new book, "The Fireside Book oi

lards, which was published on

. Dec. 6, and believe it or not the

hand was actually, dealt in a fam family
ily family game in Scranton, Pa., late in

November and reported to me by

one of the players, Harry Rosen

thal, on Dec-4, just two days be
fore my book came out.

All lour palyers attest that the

kill t he measure bv sending it

back to the Ways and Means Corn
Backing Reed were ; 85 Repub Republicans
licans Republicans and 61 Democrats. Opposed
to killing the bill were, 160 Demo
crats and 108 Republicans. sWith
protectionist resistance shattered,
the House whooped, the measure
to easy. paagf..-4S"-;:-',-'!-i-.t3-'"!
Carries On Concession
It carried one concession to tho
DrolfiClinnists. Thft riMnmllf?

deal1 was proper. Mr. Kosenthai wrote in a provision for congre congre-opened
opened congre-opened seven and was sional review of presidential- de
doubled. Ht- refrained v from re- cisions on whelher to grant tariff

flououng 50 ne oniy lost miki, relief t industries injured by im.

poinis less iou lor nonors. trie was

not vulnerable)
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tive triumphs yesterday by .over

BELGRADE. Yugoslavia (UPI)

-Informed sources said yestemay

whelminclv annrovine his rem'enlthat a croun of Yugoslav "Stalin

fnr a fivp vpar v pxionsinn of the ists." ineludina three former cokr

liberal reciprocal trade program. nels critical of President Tito s
The measure, empowering the policies, have fled to neighboring
President to cut U.Si1 tariffs 25, Albania in the wake of mounting

per cent, was passed by a lop

sided 317-98 roll call vote alter
pro.ectionis.s were crushed in two

eiforts to cripple or Km it.
A tougher test is in store in
the Senate, where high-tariff sen sentiment
timent sentiment is stronger! and foes of (he
measure can talk without limit
and propose any number of
amendments, f
The House, acted '-tinder a ; gag
rifle Agreed' 'tadh'Tn 'adVahc W

foes of the measure, who had

been confident only a few weeks
ago that they could reverse lh?
natcon's 24 year-old liberal trade
poliry, "1
Strong pressure from adminis administration
tration administration and Democratic leader?
including a series of personal ap appeals
peals appeals by Eisenhower himself
turned the tide. So did a number
of concessions to lawmakers from
oil and mineral states. 1
. Bolster Senate Chances
Supporters "Of the legislation
thought the .House martin would
bolster chances for Senate ap
proval. They felt i: would provide
an -impetus which would have
been lacking if the bill had
squeezed through on a handful of'
votes, i
'Even the bill's most optimistic

supporters were surprised at the

Yugoslav-Soviet tension-

Those who fled the country

were described as anti-Tito Com Communists
munists Communists who opposed Yugoslavia's
policy of independence from Mos

cow rule. k ;
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Yugoslav security' police recent

ly rounded up a large number
of die-hard "Cominformists'', and
it was believed the group that

fled into Albania had feared a

new police crackdown in view of

the Increasingly-strained Moscow

Belgrade relations. Albania never

has relaxed its. Stanlimst line.
(The Soviet t Communist -Party

newspaper pra vda tired a new
salvo of criticism against Tito's
government yesterday, lashing Yu

gosiavia again lor its "-'revision
ist" attitude toward Soviet Com

Informed sources identified the
three fugitive ex-colonels as Vlado
Dapcevic, Mom Djuric and Milu-

tin Perovic.

-Dapcevic is a brother of the

wartime partisan leader -Peko

Dapcevic, a member of the ruling
executive council and a resistance

nero in his own right.

ne had been released from pris


size of the vote which found 184 i0n onlv last, vpar fw '.u,,h..

pemocraa- and I 133 Republicans minearly 10 years for attempting to

1 r B ""i cvcujii.nee xo womania wnen Tito was
Opposed were 39 Democrats and expelled from the Cominform in

The tip off came' In two earlier,

. First, the House on a non-record
vote of 234147 knocked down
a substitute oflered bv Rep. Rich Richard
ard Richard M. Simpson (R-Ea.). This
would have stripped the President
of power to block duty restrictions

recommended by the tarm com


DENVER, Colo. (UP) An in

crease in authorized common
stock from .1,500,000 shares to 5
million shares hps been approved
bv stnrlrhriMup n PinllnXhtJ Ai

. ; t .j vi wuuucuvai fill
mission. Eisenhower i warned on Lines, inp it .nnmmMj

Tuesday that, this would be a' yesterday.

"tragic blunder." I Six said the increase would cover

. men, u.i i jdo-ito rou cau voio tne acquisiiion of additional equity
!LHUS'- ef A ;"", b7 1 CapiUl "It necessary," supply and

ccu n-i..i equity Dase for bank rrpd t and

allow issqranc of $12,500,000. in


United Airliner

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Misses Jel Bomber

By. 500-11. Dive" :

Airlines said yesterday t one
of its planes was forced to make
a sudden 500. oot dive when a
B52 jet bomber came within 200
or 300 yards of it over Muaesto,
A United spokesman said two
of the eight persons aboard the
plane were taken to a hospital for
X-rays when they complained of
gore necks after the plane landed
in Modesto. They were Peter S.
Rogers, a passenger, and Stw Stw-afdess
afdess Stw-afdess B. Hooper, t)olh"of Los
The spokesman said plane Capt
H. K. Inglis spotU-d .tho ,B32 $Vji
a collision course at a 'distance
of about 3,000 feet and ? put his
plane into a last dive to t avoid
being hit.1. :
(At Castle Air Force Base the
Air force confirmed the incident
but said the B52 was "on un r.p r.p-proved,
proved, r.p-proved, controlled instrument
flight plans.".; Brig. Gen. William
E. Eubank Jr., said the mammoth
eight jet plane had just taken off
from the base.
(Eubank said "art official report
will be filed with CAA authori.
; The United plane was a Convair
on Flight 279 nd carried two pi pi-lots,
lots, pi-lots, the stewardess and five pasi
sengers. ' :
. The Strategic Air Command has
B52s based at Castle Air Force
Base at Merced, Calif., about 40
miles from Modesto.
Several such "near misses' be:
tween commercial and military
planes have been reported recent,
ly and have caused, congressmen
to urge changes in existing reg regulations
ulations regulations on military planes in pasi
senger airlanes.
NEW YORK (UPI) Republic
Pictures Corp. yesterday an announced
nounced announced nurchase of the vNew

York film processing laboratory I

of Paramount .Pictures torp. tor
$1,200,000 cash, ; : ;,


investigators produced evidence

yesteraay inaicating that Sen.

Stuart Symington (D.Mo.) pres.

sured the x (X to awara a more
profitable TV channel to a St
mollis, ido., firm.

Harry Tenenbaum, president of

the firm. Signal Hill Telecasting
Corp., swore he never asked Sy-

mington i help In his fight to get
Channel 2 oved to St. Louis

from Springfield, 111".

But Stephen J. Angland, ritor.

ney for the House subcommittee

investigating federal regulatory
agencies, noted that Symington's
son, Stuart Jr., was a member of
a St. Louis law ,irm engaged by
Tenenbaum. n
The House group is looking info

the Federal Communications Com.

mission s decision to transfer

Channel 2 from Springfield to St

Louis, where it was awarded to
Tenenbaum's firm. v
The testimony also produced a
con lict between Tenenbaum and
another offic al of -his firm,
prompting Angland to raise a
threat of possib'e perjury perse,
cution. . :
' Ultra high frequency Channel
38, which was held by Signal Hill,
was moved to Springfield. The
very high frequency Channel 2 is
regarded as the more profitable
of the two. -f i
Angland produced a file con.
taining an 'exchange of letters and
telegrams between Symington and
.'ormer FCC Commissioner Rich,
ard Mack, who quit under fire
during an earlier phase of the
subcommittee investigation.
: Angland read a notation from
Mac's diary showing Symington
te'ephoned him about VTenen.

baum a problems" on Oct. 3, 1955.
He also produced a telegram
from Symington to "Mack .dated

Oct. 4. It charged that the FCC'a

opposition to the channel switch
"would seem to .avor the already
highly able great corpora,
lions against any small independ independent
ent independent competition."
Mack wired back that he ap appreciated
preciated appreciated the telegram and would
"see to it that it is brought to
the attention of the full eommis.
sion." : , -: v-. ;
Ang'and also read a letter from

Symington to Mack' saying he
would look into the matter when
he returned to Washington,

ihe subcommittee' has contend.

ed that "behind the" scenes" con.
tacts by public officiab or others

with FCC members in regard to
penoing cases involving -channel
awards are improper.



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COL. CORSTON A GREEN, USA, chief of "the TJ.8. Military Air.
sistance Advisory Group in Honduras; yesterday receive.1 th (
Army Commendation Ribbon from Lt.-Gen. RidgeJy Gaitheiv Gaitheiv-commander
commander Gaitheiv-commander in chief Caribbean, 1 for exceptionally meritorious
service In bringing the Honduran MAP Unit tn its nresenr ef-t"

fective. state of training during his tour of duty from June
Iflfiff tn .Turte- 19SH Orepn' wnrlr- wa ptt.erf 11 a motorll mnd

tribution to the success of Caribbean Command's adminiMra-i"
tion or the V.S. Military Assistance Program in Latin America.

(U.S. Army Photo);

If you arc someone's? guest tor.

luncn or dinner in a reastauram
don't be fussy about your food' or
take a long time deciding what to
order. f
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ly quickly seems more appreciative than
the person who just can't seem

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This hand happened to be a

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bid slowlv and shown his four

card heart 1 suit" he might have

reached the 'heart grand 'slam. A

club lead by West would have

beaten him one trick- while he

would make ic oil a .heart or dia

mond opening.


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nnai do you do now?
Answer Monday

chairman of the Wavs and Means

Committee and floor manager for
the administration bill, assailed
the Simpson substitute' as a
"straight out device for creation
of higher and higher duties in ihe
future, plus (import) quotas.",
''I think it would be most dis disastrous
astrous disastrous NOT only to our trade but
to our domestic economy," asert asert-ed
ed asert-ed MihV

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Under the House-approved bill.
Congress by a two-thirds vote of
both houses could overturn ; t h e
President whenever he refused to
raise duties to levels recommend recommended
ed recommended by the, tariff commission.
But foes of the bill argued thai
these concessions were wisdow wisdow-dressing
dressing wisdow-dressing which would provide no
real assurance of protection for
American industries and workers
against cheap goods from abroad.
Under the procedure to which
they; had agreed, the proteclion.
ists never got a chance for a roU
call vote on any'move'to revamp
the administration bill.
Reed could have used, his re
commital motion to get a roll caii
vo e on (he substitute bill or on
some other last-minute amend amendment.
ment. amendment. But to the dismay of many
protectionists, he offered a
straight mo. ion to kill the bill.'
Assails Simpson ; Substitute
1 Simpson insisted this countiy
could not continue to help the re,
of -the -world unless its wn
omy was fept strong. He said
trade concessions wouldn't heip

other countries, or this one ei:hcr, 1

if they undermine the domestic

economy. 1
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Tigers Give New Manager

DouMeheader Debut Sweep;
Slugger; Drives in 7 Rims
NEW YORKJune 12 (UPI) It's a toss-up
who's the happiest guy' in. baseball today, Detroit's
new manager Bill Norman or Pittsburgh slugger
Frank Thomas. vV ' x

Each ha every reason in' the
world to stick bis cheat out. ;
s Norman put in hjis first day as
major league manager with the
Tigers yesterday and it was a du duly.
ly. duly. The Bengals, made it ft banner
debut for him by sweeping a day day-night
night day-night doubleheader from the Red
- Sox, 7-0 and 9-3, to climb out of
the American. League cellar r
The Tigers treated their new 47.
year-old skipper to a little of eve eve-.
. eve-. rything. Frank Lary showed him
some fine five-hit pitching in post,
ing his sixth victory n the opener
and Blly Martin belted successive
': homers in the second and third in innings
nings innings of the night-cap to help Jim
Bunning gain his third triumph.
Bunning, ho struck out U
faltered in the ninth inning but
Norman jwomptly summoned ono
of his "graduates," Herb Moford,
from, the bullpen to put out the
I fire. Moford pitched for Norman
at Charleston in tho American
' Association and preceded his
bow, to the Tigers by only a few
i:!' days
Frank Malzona of the Red Sox
tried to ruin Norman's debut- with
pipht triDs during the
twin-bill but it wasn't quite enough
. Thomas also enjoyed ,tne juna oi
day he'll remember a long time
' and not simply because it happen,
' od to be his 29th birthday.
The husky Pirate third baseman
'"clouted two home-runs and drove
in seven in a 14-6 win over the
Giants at San Francisco that knock
ed them out of the National League
.. Thomas, who originally intend,
ed to become a priest, now Ma 19
homers and 57 runs batted m. Both
are tops in the circuit. He has, hit
11 of his home rung in'California,
six in San Francisco and five ; m
Los Angeles, so there isn t much
doubt how he feels about ; t n.e
franchise shifts. S r
' m,mcVi ViiohnchTArl ft G1X.
run first inning for- the grates
with a three-nra' homer ana Thonu
as hit one with the" bases full f in
the second. Vera-Law registered
his sixth victory althouga ne yiem.
his sixth victory aunouga n
Academy Award Winner
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The New ark Yankees, pos,'
sibly spurred on by Casey Sten Stengel's
gel's Stengel's worried warning "we ain't
heme yet," and then again pos possibly,
sibly, possibly, not, stretched their lead to
pine games with 10 2 and 2-1 vie.
tories over the Kansas City Ath.
letics in a doubleheader.
Tnnv Knhit and, Elston Howard
each drove in three runs with three
hits in the opener as Don Larsen
notched his fifth victory with late,
inning help irom fireballer Ryne
Dure. Reliever Virgil .Trucks,
pitching in a steady rain,- forced
irns the winning run in the night
cap when he walked four men in
a row in the ninth. Bob Turley toss,
ed a six-hitter to become the Maj.
ors' first 10-game winner.
Th. liohf hi,iins Baltimore Orio-
io arnntert fnr five runs in the
fourth inning to lick the Cleveland
Indians, 7 4. Brooks Robinson
drove in three of Baltimore's runs
with a pair of singles as 19-ypar-old
Milt Pappas bested Dick Toma Toma-neir
neir Toma-neir Pannas cave uo onlv one run
in six innings before being, reliev
ed by Ken Lehman, wno naa 10 ue
bailed out by SKinny eruwn wucu
the Tribe scored 'three 'runs in
thp ninth. .' ..
Pnco Kpmmprer 'nitched a' six-
t,uf onH rotirpH the last 14 bat
i ; o mni 11 Wnhmeton beat
Chicago, 5.2, .The Senators rapped
Bill Fischer ana tnree ouier
Sox pitchers for 11 hits, including
vr.:i rkielnv'a tnnle our-
ing a three-run rally in the second
inning., uari lorgeson
f.n hnmpr for the White -box.
Ken Boyer broke up an extra-in-
ning struggle wnen ne w
off Hal Jeffcoat in the 12th to give
st Tnnia Cardinalsa 3-2 win
over the Cincinnati Redlegs. Mor
ris Martin relieved at. uvs bwt bwt-thp
thp bwt-thp ninth, gave
up only two singks over the last
four innings, ana was urc
Boyer's gam'e.wjrning homer was
hisaith. Frank Robinson hit his
fourth with the bases empty in the
seventh to tie the score at 2-3.
? hrnbte a five.came
losing streak and bounced back i.
T 10.7 decision

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Prohibited for, Minors
FenchPlcturfsi tmi

(Based on 125 official at bats)

Musial. St.
Louis 46 170 26 69 .406
Mays. S. F
54 220 50 88 .400
50 193 33 66 .342
42 129 19 44 .341
54 217 42 73 .336
47 184 26 60 .6
55 219 49 71 .321
54 218 35 70 .321
52 206 39 66 .320
50 193 40 61 .316
Ashburn, Phi.
Green, St.' Lduis
Ceneda. S. F.
Hoak, Cinci.
Banks. Chicaeo
Spencer, S. F.
Thomas, PitL -Skinner,,
McDounald, N.Y
Fo. Oilmen
't44 167 25 57 .341
, 40 146 25 49 .338
. 51 204 27 67 .328
43 127 17 41 .323
Ward, .Cleveland
Bridges, Wash. :
Skowron, NY;--:?
Lollar, Chicago
Power,. K.C. i
Martin, Detroit -ManUe,
35 188 21 60 .319
3 127 15 40 .315
45 153 18 47 .307
-46 177 31 53 .299
44 177 21 53 299
47 167 37' 50 .29P
Thomas', Pirates ;
. Banks, Cubs -WaUs,
Mays, Giants
Cepeda, Giants
Cerv, Athletics
Jensen, Red Sox 1
Triandos, Orioles
Mantle, Yankees
Gernert, Red Sox -Sievers,-
Thomas, Pirates V
. Banks, Cubs 1
Mays, Giants
Cepeda, Giants
Spencer, Giants
. Cerv, Athletics
Jensen, Red Sox ;
Gernert, Red Sox
Sievers, Senators :
Skowron, Yankees
Minoso, Indians'
F. Boiling, Tigers r
Braves off to a good start with a
grand-slam homer in the first in in-mng
mng in-mng but the wortd champs had to
break a 5-5 tie- with a three-run
rally in the eighth. Lee Walls hit
his 15th homer for the Cubs. Ernie
Johnson was the winner and Don
Elston the loser.
Gil HadaM drava In thraa runt
and Don Drvsdalai bitched h i i
first complete, game of the sea.
son In leading the Los Angeles
Dodgers to a 7-4 victory ovr tho
Philadelphia Phillies.. ",
: Jim Hearn,' who relieved starter
Curt Simmons, was the loser when
the Dodgers rallied for four runs
in the third inning to go ahead,
. A feature of that rally was two
runners scoring on Carl Furilio's
410-toot sacritice fly. 'Junior ; Gil.
uam scoreu irom third and, Pee
wee Reese from second on the
blow, xney couia have savea them
selves the trouble bcause Randy
Jackson singled and Hodges iol.
lowed with his ninth homer over
the short left field screen. The vie
tory was Drysdale's third against
eight setbacks, i
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NEW MARLIN CLUB MEMBER Membership in the Panama Marlin Club for Lieute- ;
" nant General Ridgely Gaither, Commander in Chief of the Caribbean Command, was
presented last week by Robby Adams, club president, in recognition1, of the General's
great interest in deep sea fishing as a spqrt. The membership presentation was arranged
by Lt. II. W. Post of the Caribbean Command staff and a long-time member of the
Panama Marlin Club. Shown left to right are Lt. Col. Post,. General Gaither, 'club
president Adams, Dave Bishop, secretary of the club and Bill Adams, chairman of the
club's tournament committee.. (U.S. Army V Photo).

Tulsa Oilers Owner Predicts
Minors Face Swift Extinction

I is i r

in irrr t i

t W X. Pet
San Francisco
St. Louis -Cincinnati
Chicago 1
Los Angeles
. 22
.440 Wi
.431 7
Milwaukee at Chicago '"
Philadelphia at Los Angeles .:
.Cincinnati ai St. Louis (NJ
Milwaukee 401 000 03210 12 1
Chicago 000 320 0117 14 0
Rush." Conleyk Johnson, 3-0),
McMahon and Crandall.
Phillips. Hillman. Elston (6-4),
Drott, Fodge, and S. Taylor.
Pittshiireh 640 002 00214 13 0
San Francisco 200 020 200-6 ,8 2
Law 6-4). Face and roues.
Gomes (5.5). Crone. Miller. Mc-
Cormick, Monzant and Schmidt,
(Night Game) 1
Cincinnati oio ooo iuo uuo 2 i t
St. Louis 010 010 000 001-3 14 0
Nuxhall; SchmdU, Jeffcoat (3-3)
and Bureess.
Jones. Martin
(2-1) and H.
Smith. v
(Night Game)
Los Angeles T
Philadelphia 4
,t4 :
Summit Hills Golf
Club Eleciion Pari)
This Saturday Night
Onlv a few davs Remain bifora
Summit Hills Golf Club's E'eCtlOO
Result Party" which will be held
Saturdav nifiht at the club.: In ad
anion 10 a aencious uunei- umuci,
thPr. tri h dancinp. introduction
...... 1 I 1 rl A'w .MM
of new officers for uie year 1958.
59, and a s short general meeting
whih shnuld interest both: mem
bers and their guests. Tickers will
be on sale at the door. ,'
Complete election returns' will
be known shortly after the paity
start at 6:30 D.m. Four officers
and four- board, members' will bj
installed In office. in informal
fashion, during the evening. Bal Bal-lots
lots Bal-lots mailed with ie May state statements
ments statements have been to the club by
over half the-active members.
The party is to be a non-profit
affair., since every cent oi the
$1.50 admission charge will go di.
rertlv to the restaurant concession
aire, who has promised both quant
ity and quality.
- Mixed Scotch Four soma ;
Precedes Party
' A mixed Scotch Foursome goli
tournament will be held at the club
on Saturday, -June 14, beginning
at 1 p.m. All golfers and .dubbers,
male and female, who would like
to enter this tournament are re
Quested to sign up with the club
manaaer. Art v FarelL before
Tlayine. "This" tournament will be
the forerunner of the "Electron
ResuK Party."
.Board Meet Thursday
" .'',: to Count. Motes
, Summit's Board of Governors
meets Thursday evening to trans

act business and to servo ai vote


W L Pet.
New York 34 14 ,708
Kansai .City. ?S '4 .510 Wi
Boston 27 26 .509 Vi
Washington A V .481 12
Cleveland 25 29 .463 12
'Baltimore 23 27 .460 12
Detroit 23 28 .451 1?Vj
Chicago 22 29 .431
Chicago at Washington N)'
Cleveland at Baltimore (N)
, Kansm CUv 9t New York (D-N)
Detroit at Boston
(First Game)
Kans? r:y nno 100 10(K2 7 3
New York 130 003 03x-10 14 0
Urban (5 3).cBurhp Onrman,
Kellner,, Craddock and Chiti. ;
Larsen (5-0), Duren and Berra.
(Second Game1 -
Kansas City 000 000 010-1 6 r
New York : : 001 0W) 1012 5 0
V, Terry, Trucks- (0-1) and House
"Turley 10-1) andsHoward.
I 'First Game
013 030 000-7 "J 1
Bnston fin" 000 0000 5 0
Larv (6-5) and Heean.
Fornieles (3-3), Baumann a n d
White. t
Detroit 01 n ?O0-9 13
Boston : 71- '100 000 002-3 8
Bunning (3-5), Moford and
son. i 1
' Wall (35),, Smith, Kiely t
(Night Game). -
Chicago i 000 020 000-2 6 I
Washington 130 100 00x-5 11 0
Fischer i 23) Qualters, Keegan.
Stanley and Lollar. -Kemmerer
(2-4) and Courtney.
(Night Game
Cleveland 000 100 003-4 12 1
Baltimore 000 500 20x 7 10 I
Tomanek (2-3), Lemon, Consl;,
ble, Geier oi(t fJ'jion.
. Pappas (2-2) Lehman and TrL TrL-andos.
andos. TrL-andos. .... .vJJUw
Happened to ..
Sarah Palfrey, who won 36 na.
tional tennis titles over a span
oi m years, had a sound game
that made her equally at home on
a singles or doubles 1 court. She
completely- dominated the junior
gins iieia in ner earnest cam
paigns and in 1929 made the .top
10 in ; tne national rankings lor
the first time as No. 4. She was
a "top tenner" 10 different times.
In doubles and mixed doubles she
won national titles with such stars
as Helen Jacobs and Alice Mar-
ble, Fred Perry, Don Budge and
Jack Kramer. In 1941, as Sarah
Palfrey Cooke,- she beat Pauline
Betz for the U.S. title and after
a retirement came back to end
the 1945 title at Forest Hills,
Whatever happened,' to Sarah
Palfrey? Now 46, she is Mrs. Jer
ry Danztg, wife of a broadcasting
network vice president in New
York.' She still plays tennis occa
sionaliy but not in competition
cbunter"srEach'Boardv"' members 'sworn to secrecy concern
ing the election results so that th
outcome will be a complete sur
prise on Saturday night when
new officers', will, bt announced.

I 'V

"' TULSA,1 Okla (UPI) B a f e
ball's minor league-, face swat
extinction, Grayle Kowleti' o the.
luisa: uuers rooay un
less the major leagues -"do. some something
thing something and do It quickly." r
. Jlowlett is well qualified to
?oii3c the clarion can to action,
His club in a state which nro
duced such m.'.ior league stars as
Carl Ilubbell, the.Waners, Pepper1
Mir! in. Al'-e Pevnolds Dal.
raucneii, ana MicKey Man-ie n
the- last o. uie 15 organized base-
Dam trancnises which Oklahoma
once boasted. 1 (
His, plea is that the major
league cmbs pay: the treignt or'
players which they send down an
the farm a s'are "invasion
TV and radio income.
-r Gives His Reasons
'.a. '' .i ) 't Jt i,':
"Major league baseball must
carry the load on their players,''
Howlett explained. "Here in the
Texas League we have a 19-man
player limit. We own eight of our,
players and the Philadelphia Phil
lies, with whom we. have a work working
ing working agreement, own 11,
"Last year it cost"; us -$175,000
to operate he Tulsa club.
adds. "We broke even only be
cause we were lucky enough to
sell two of our own playeijs i to
major league teams due, j pri primarily,'
marily,' primarily,' to the fact that our play players'
ers' players' payroll ran $75,000." t
That's where the major leagues
should -come in. according to hi?
"We have no equity in the play
ers they send usf," he explains.
We polish ; them ;,. and pay their
way while we are domg it. It s
time that theimaiors "rted sub,
sidizing the training of their fu future
ture future major league stars."
Howlett, a member of the' Major-Minor
League Fund Commit
tee which the majors set up U
distribute $500,000 In aid to the
minors; feels that the majors
should "pay the travel expenses
here for farmed- out players as
well as their training expenses
and their salaries."
- Says TV
vThere'is "ho doubt in Howlett's
mind, but what the weekly TV
casis into his4erritory "insidious
ly are chipping us away, little by
little.". k.
, ::;',V, WrK '.'''", ir'-'.
-George WeiSs and Gabc Paul.
general; managers respectively of
the Yankees and vhe Cincinnati
Redlegs, are on the major minci
league committee and the.r reac
tions to the' minor Isguers' plight
obviously annoy the Tulsa owner
"Weiss seems to think that the
problem is lazy residential opera
tors who don't know how to pro
mote people into- the ball parks,"
Howlett says with some neat,
"This isn't so,' because we in the
minors have done and ari doing
everythLg we know how, work working
ing working more hours thrn the major
leaguers do. Paul says" the,,minors
have alwiivs had a problem a no
always will be up and down. The
difference is that now we are
.'down ia the ; deepest valley in
which; we ve ever been and tnere
are new' problms such as we
never faced before.
TODAY-ENCANT0 -.25 -.15,1
-, Marlon Brando in
"Streetcar Named DeslreV
- Keith Larsen lm


Rambler, Hull Motors ,38 22
Marlboro 38 22
Mercuno Jewerly 35 n
Rodelag 29 31
La Mascota '28 -32
Smo.'. Uu Paredes 23 vs MM
.Volkswagen 18V4 41W
Rambler, Hull Motors 3
'v:';. t
La Mascota made it impossible
for the Ramblers to roll past their
team in a clean sweep. .After be
ing behind for 130 pins of the fi)'4
two points, they came back with
a 119 lead,, however their ; "come
back" fell shori although it was
good for one point. Mr. and Mrs,
Hull were present to see the. r .earn
keep the leading posi ion. M.-5erna
rolled a 448 and A Taylor rolled
398.- For La Mascota M. Nunes
a'so rolled 448 and F. Aguirre roll rolled
ed rolled 356.
rAercvrio Jewerly 3, Rodelag 1
Rodelaa is the team to go up
but the jeweler were too big and
Rodelag bowled with tour men.
For Mercuno, Jewerly, it, was C.
Garza and F. Hodge. wiJi 432 and
403.'R5"e'ag bad the ''est 'wo ser series
ies series on A Davila and F. Rlnn with
423 and 363.. . 1
Cerveza Balboa1 2,, Volkswagen 2
" Cerveza Balboa' .moved up i
notcn on the standings by split
ing their pouts with- Volkswagen,
while Rodelag fell behind 3-1. G
Torres levi, Cerveza Balboa with
424 and Ferreira made 397. J
Vasquez and V. Bolado weie the
best pair for Volkswagen with 508
and 372.
f-.-" ,vi'!f -.if- i" i'.v
Marlboro 4, Smooth and Paredes 0
"Marlboro waS able to tic first
place with the Ramblers by tak taking
ing taking thesefotir noinis Sitioot a nd
Paredes hid to bowl with only
three t men.' F, Dominguez -and H.
Hervey were the one-two p uijcli
460 and 468 series. J. DiPMo was
the best un for Smooth ana .Pa
redes with a 434 3ene$ wnile M.
Treviiio rolled a 3U. ,
5700 Material Mixed League. ;'
Teams Won Lost
Brothers i 32 4
Sparks 27 9
Master Misses ,- 17 19,
Gutter Rats 15 21
r.emc.iS on Rand 14 22
Overdues i t 10 26
Boyd Brothers 3
," Remington Rand 1
' With Jun Mingin at the key
board, pounding away at the pins
wLht record breaking speed,' the
Smith Coronas 'of Boyd Brothers
typed in three winning points. Jim
Had a 590 scratch series and a 626 J
hdep, which included two scratch
games of 210 and 204. V h frf i t
Tronicatlv. the game that Jim
threw his 210. his team lost it prln
cipaliy Decause 5 two ; xtenungiun
Rand renegades Russ Arnold and
Claude Hays rolled 178 and li)0
games. Dropping that game, Clos Closed
ed Closed the gap oetween the first and
second place teams, because the
Sparks on another set of lanes took
four points. '-i. :''
Jim Mingirt had ample support
from the two Moskowitz with; the
family honors going to Grace with
510 and iBert settled with 500. Russ
Arnold wi h 531 and Claude Hays
551 were the RR leaders.
Soarks 4 bnarks 0-.
The snarklina Sparks mhwilling
to concede the championship to the
fast stepping Smith coronas, gam.
ed a point on he leaders and now
trail by five points. The Sparks
sunk tne Snants in. a convincing
m nne for all four markers. i The
ruler of the Sparks tribe was licri
Majestyj Mane case witn a re resounding
sounding resounding ,551.f -'rf h''tf"
It was ladies night tor the Sparks
because Princess Laurel H a yes
nosted a 519 series. Benny the Bow
ipr Havs helped .he royal ladiesi
t.,;th KAt rtnlv nru Jniirlr rpfu!0.1
to bo'wrdown to the Sparks suprc-
mecy, when Jim Williams wallop walloped
ed walloped thp maple pins for 521 fount.'.
Masten Misses 3 Overdues 1 1
. Master Misses in the third posi position
tion position of the loop missed out in only
one game; iaking the other three
quite easily,' Two guys, and chic
formed, the i mine combination.
Masters Dan Cardin and Mel Lcid Lcid-ner
ner Lcid-ner landed 528 and 525 series, and
the Misses' Mrs,: Bill Ketree Keel
ed over 510 pieces of lumber off
the lanes. ;
The Overdues also nomi'.ated
two boys and a gal to pull thon
out of the cellar but their efforts
went wasted in three attempts. Hal
Eckstein and Nick Nichols naDbcd
542 and 520 and the lady Max Mich
ols kept company with her "hus
band with 504.
Blln-s J Gutter Rats 1
.The wide-eye Blinds ,baited ,th
trao with 3i ni;.s per game a-
eainst the Gutter Rats. The tricK
workea out ail ngm lor me irsi
lito not worm imnj
it may M your hver I
' S liv bile 7 S to klJ your
- digertivetrartintopahapellfywi
liver bile is not flowing freely your
fod may not digest . Woat
up your stomach ... you feel con.

two games -when tne Rodents re-"
fused .o take the bait ana t a
iBUnds blasted out two wins. In h
Jm? 0ihl evtening the Gut Gutter
ter Gutter Rats used the bait to a good
aavan.age, oecause they ''needed
the extra pins to win. The two
pace- makers that paved the way
for the Blinds triumph were the
two tailenders in the lineup. i'Mi
Guyor with 522 edged Tom Woo l l-yard
yard l-yard by one o n.( Vhe closest acy
-ai got to these scores was Piti.e
Newton wiut wv-
' Balboa Mixed League "

ic nri- oi me tun.sess ons.
aiboa Mixed Leaeu nn, nn i

a headptn contes The object "was "c
w ni. the number one pin, or else 1
ncoun- f or ;?' bowler.
t The Gluds, 'Helen and Lou, toot "'
the i iirst place money, In the bow- V
tht? ?lu,ds- Hele" anJ Lou. took
Uie first place money, in the worn
lsfier- and Doris Barnes were run-
nerwio. t i m Bill'
leakley.took home the conso'?
throws smacKea toe nead pin
Umes, wnereas uvck -Nickisher
missed twice.
5?St ."!" :"
. i Bowiing Bits
. Panama's outstanding bowler Pe-'
pe Damian, who rolled a perfect 1
300-game in the season justied
me.) with an acciden,; Onoratin.i ':.

power wood planer something hap- 1

nu iwu vi ins lingers wpr v
out off While this was a tS"
piece of luck. Pepe was thankful 'V
that he will still be able to bowl
left hand and Damian is a rielit
hand kegler.

Monlreal, Toronto
Both Lose Chance -
lo Gain In 1 Race
- NEW YORK, June 12 (jp( J
Mon.repl an-; Tor"tn Ml'Iin- fcr ;
the Iriternatiouui -Leu -ie.
lost golden ovrlumlK to
ground last night when they, each. 5
spii1- twin-bil's. t
Montreal, heading the circuit bw
a half gane, Hronned its first to
Havana, 4-o, but came back with
a 1-0 victory in the nightcap,
Tbronto gained temporary po-.sessW-of
the top runff by down downing
ing downing Miami, 3 2, in the first game,
but dronned '"tc1' 'n second place
by dropping the second encounter,
9-0. h
Emilion Coeche won his eight a.
gainst two setbacks when he whiter
washed Montreal on six hits and
Bob Gif 1lov'vl''""' pr&(4 ,h (.
ord at six-all as he returned shut-
out -compliments with a three-nit.'
ter. v ,
Jack Crimian won his fourth a
gainst two defeats by beating Mia.
mi in hi oo"',; while Bob Con Con-ley
ley Con-ley won his sixth game in 12 de-
iy''rx the second contest on a &
four-hltter, ft?.-;-i':-
Rochr nd Columbus also
Split a doubleheader, the Ro" '-s
taking the f ir.T 4-d."" Gary Bl y-H
lock spun a two hitter for;';Kis
fourth win, snr 0i Jeti returning i
in the second to win, 6 Gonr.
lo Nsranjo also picked ip his 4th
-' In the only smele game pi ay ed,
Richmond scored three runs in the
i3'h 'nnip' t0 defeat Puffnlo, 7-4. )
The Vees had countered threp r -in
he : ninth frame i to knot tne
ROME V(UPI) rGiavacchino
Forzano, who, ghost-wrote Benito
Mussolini's play about JuJius Cse."
sar, yesterday received an- award award-for
for award-for his work in the field of liters liters-ture.
ture. liters-ture. Forzana.' 75, had fame in hi
own right as librettist for sucft on.
era .epmposers asPupcink' r 54
teo'GENN In A
t, j Tomorrow!- j
, $1.10 per CAR!
Forrest TUCKER in
D as
a gMiU Cuta,a Uttto
Liver Pills. These famoua yK-
table pills help stimulate the flow
of livir bile.&on your diptio.
ataxU functionmg prorly and
you feel that happy dayb
W 1 PQU Ts. T uS. uti
Alivayi keep Carter a Little Uyer
Piila on hand. Aik your druggu.

ir.s fanam A'rrr.iCAN' an i:;: :r extent daily xettspapk:
O sTi 77
7:771 7,1-1 if rr-





TULSA, OkU.V Texns aren't "What do you mean?" said

h only ones who talk it up big.

n Okies 00 preuy nooa, vou.
he first thing thai assails the

i of a deplaning leudertoot 11

Demaret, puzzled.

Maybe you struck oil."
Demaret iaugneu, hollowly "If.
there was any oil around here

a imposing billboard "Welcome ; you don think these guys would
. :a 1 u- i 1 :it . 11

o luisa ine Kin capuai vi nave vum cuuuuy ciuo ou 11,


This is just xthe beginning. The
de from the airport to a down.

own hotel is maue in an air -con.

lioned taxi a Cadillac, do less,

nd the driver assures you such

ervict is not to be had any place

lse in the world not even in

aris." ,-
In the hotel a banner, stretch.

hg full width of the lobDy, ac
knts the superlative theme: "Wei.

lome to the Golf Capital 0.- the

rona. waning 10 ue 1 (mk
1, the tenderfoot picked up a lo.
al newspaper, and was iniormed
y means of a page one hox that
lis ii Oklahoma's greatest a.

ievement in journalism an ad.
idance of redundancy, at once

loable and admirable. UKiano.

a. of course-is the world. ,

Later,, turning to the sports sec.

n, there is an interview m

men Ben Hogan describes bouth.

n Hills as the most challenging

burse over which the, Open cham.

onshin has. ever been 0 ayeu-

pne of the fruly alUime great

nix courses of the world

Much of this may be so.' Fabu

us, has long been the word, for

e Southwest country. Per capu

more people have become mul.

millionaires on -oil, catMe v and

tton down here than in any oth.
section of the nation. If nwn
means greatness, they've got

' Well. Thaa Life ;

iMoving on to the golf course,

me miles north 0; the "magnifi.

"t skyline built on oil.v we sow;

H Jimmy Demaret driving : off

iirst tee and decided to fol.
to him. v, .'

fln this never never land 0'

ejrnight riches; a fellow never
ows when he mieht eet luckv.

ke most of ,the pros, Demaret,
iron shots, cuts Hppd inln t.h

il. Now such a shot to the' green

the second hole had exposed
taping square of lush, black

'Let's wait, and Jsee what hap.

ns." we whispered..

uo you.' A
As a matter of fact, there's a
law against drilling witnin the ci city
ty city limits, a concession to archi.
tectural symmetry that Is unique.
In Oklahoma City, for example,
k derrick towers, immediately over
the governor's- mansion.
In the adjacent communities,
however, there is unremiting activity,-even
in the historic Glenn
Pool lield where the first major
strike was made, r.
Sone of the places will ring a
reminiscent bell to sports fans.
Sapulpa.'for one. Thougn Kansas
born, that's where Jes.-, Willard

took his first step toward'-5 ''re.

deeming the white- race." v Quit
his job as rairoad lireman the
day Jack Johnson knocked out
Jinl Jeffries and went into dedi dedicated
cated dedicated training. ,'
! Osage County is another Pepper
Martin camq rom there to star
with the St. Louis Gashouse Gang.
In the '31 World Series he hit .500
and stole five bases against Con,
me Mack's Athletics. They 1 still
call him the "Wild Horse of the
Best Bootlegger
This all used to be Indian
county, now it's literally the Land
of the Vanishing American, The
taxi driver said he couldn't re remember
member remember when he last saw an In Indian
dian Indian lq "Tulsa "What's left ot
"em live in-Osage but they never
get to town."
The driver had somehow got
the impression we were 1 player
and when,- with ngering eluc.
tance we cdrrected him, he was
impelled to whimsy -''Yeu know
who the greatest Indian 'P J0kla.
homa is, don't vou?"
"Allie Reynolds." N
Our boast that we knew the forj
mer Yankee pitcher and held him
in resplendent regard won the
driver's confidence "llnre's a
card. This is a dry state. This
guy will take good care of you.'
Theq a return to the fami'iar
theme "He's the best bootlegger
in the whole Southwest."

Curundu Parents
Meeting Tonight

The V.F.W. Teeners and Orange
Kist, American Legion champs, en engaged
gaged engaged in another pitchers' duel
in the second game of their se series
ries series to condition the teams ior
their respective tours in the
Sates. The Teeners came out an
top, 4 to 0. ',
Gary Ness, on the mound for
ihe Teeners, and Moe Schoch, Or.
ange Kist's, ace pitcher, battled
on even terms without allowing a
hit, untiPthe sixth inning when
the V.F.W. squeezed a run across.
Schawarzrock walked, but was out
on a fielder s choice by fearl.
Pearl stole 2nd, went to 3rd on an
error and came home on sin.
gle by Ammiratl.
In the seventh the Teeners iced
the game with three runs. Ness
led off with a mighty home run

into the htdge in Balboa Stadium's

eft center field. After Lutz ground.,
ed out, Gerardi, walked stole sec.
ond and scored on Cotton's in.
gle. Wilder walked, Pearl slammed
a triple to right field scoring Cot Cotton,
ton, Cotton, but Wilder was out on a close
play at. home plate,; on an excel,
lent throw by Hearne.
The two hits garnered by iOr,
ange -Kisti were contributed 1 by
Morris and -B evins.- Morris exei
cuted a beautiful drag bunt and
Blevins smacked a solid line
drive ,single into right field.
The two teams will fight It out
again at Balboa Stadium on Sat.
ruday afternoon 1:00 p.m Come
and root for your team." No ad ad-mission
mission ad-mission charge,

"V.F.W. Teeners

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Parents of the V.F.W. Teeners
are reminded that a meeting is
being held tonight at 7:30 in, the
Curundu Community. Building for
a briefing on the team's tour in
the States and to discuss and vote
upon several important items con.
cerning their boys. Team members
are also welcome to attend..

Sports Briefs

' CHICAGO (UPI)-The Chicago

Cubs have signed pitcher Ro 1
Pemnoski of Fairlawn,. N.J.,, to
a contrac. with their Fort Worln,
Tex. farm club. Perranoski had
an 8-1 record for Michigan Stave
this season. - .; s. f

Ex-Young Dodger, Giant Fans
Now Talk About School Taxes;
High Cost of Commuting, Etc.


Arcaro. Belmont

jockey this Season,

Tuesday. He won
O'Erin ($24.20) in
scored on Restless
the seventh and


Park's leading

'.scored a triple
aboard Knight

the fifth rice.

Wind ($2.90) in

booted home

Nasreddln ($8.00) in the eighth.

OTTAWA (UPD-The Ottawa

Rough Riders Tuesday- signed
their ninth new import when they

came to terms with tackle Bob
White of Otterbein (Ohio) Col Col-lege.
lege. Col-lege. White, a 6 2, 235-pounder,
had been a Baltimore Colt draft
choice in 1957. :

aid Wiley,- Kansas University out outfielder,
fielder, outfielder, has been signed by the
Philadelphia Phillies to a contract
with their Tulsa- affiliate in the
double-A Texas League. Willy, 22,
bats and throws right-handed.

NEW YORK (UPI)-Out in the

Long Island suburbs, to which
droves of voune Dodeers and Gi.

ant fans fled to ease ine housing

shortage alter worm war u,: me
talk is about crabgrass, school
taxes and the high cost of com.

muting not baseDall. v

As conversation pieces, wuue
Mays and Johnny Podres are lag.

ging far Detiind snisnateoans, oai oai-uecued
uecued oai-uecued steaks and roof leaks.
Only a' year ago, there were
suburbanites who wouldn't think
of stepping out Of the house for a
minute without a radio set ttD to

blare out National League, base.

ball. And they got. up a gang 10
go to the- ball park when they
could afiord the time or the mon.
ey. ,-
Today, if Jhey talk baseball at
all, it's on a note of sarcasm,
"that blankety-blank O'Malley" or
"the Bums are last-right where

they be'ong,"

1 Resentment Natural
- Resentment over the departure
of the Giants and the Dodgers to
California was only natural and
it doesnt help to know they have
only themselves to blame.. They're
part ot the middle income group
that migrated out of Brooklyn
and New York City and assumed
new interests that did: 't Include
enough baseball to keep the turn,
.stiles ; moving at the ., Polo
Grounds or Ebbets Field.

But in addition to resentment;,
there's something else a feeling
that, hicehall ha let them down.

Not just the ledgers, cot just the

Giants. But m of oaseoau.
In Brooklyn i.few die-hard fans
still expect to make, a couple of
trips to Philadelphia to see ; the
YRrnnk. But at least one1' bar.

keep, hard by Ebbets Field ad.
mitted, "we don't even watch the
Dodgers on television here any
more if there's anything J'clse
worth watching." 1
Oddly, hardly anyone tikes t
verbal poke at Horace Stoneham

of the Giants. Horace ind his
club didn't stir up much interest -hereabout
in recent years and
anyway the ball club has so ma.'
ny new faces it's hard to keep
track with a continent in between.

Yankees Concerned
The surviving Yankees natural-
ly are concerned about beuu the

only game in town particular y

inherited fewer ex Dodger and
Giant patrons than had been ex.

The Yanks have perked up on.
attendance of late despite a cold,
wet spring and a race that threat.
ens to be a runaway.
JBut they view the apathy with
1 1 'i. 1 A.

some aiarra ana provea it lass
week when they offered to share
Yankee Stadium with any Nation,
al League team that want to
come in. -
Owners Dan Topping and Del
Webb apparently feel the con construction
struction construction of a new Vsuper.park"
just across the bay from La Guar. ;
dia Airport, on the Old World Fair
grounds at the western end of
Long Island closest to the city,
wpuld get the customers out of
the "Yankee Stadium habit."
A proposed National League
park on city-owned property there
would be fed by motor parkways parkways-from
from parkways-from all major population areas -including
New 'Jersey ,and Con.
necticut with a place to park ;
when the customers get there.
A setup like that 1 might even '.
make the suburbanites forget their


Monmouth Park's 50lay meeting
opened Tuesday with chamoion
Jockey Bill Hartack scoring three
winners. The triple was Hartack'i
, . 1 Ulm .ha V ntltl rt 1 V?

ucs t uu 1,11 Dim.. r

lerbv iniurv, true verqiti wi
the meet's 'first stakes tacet by,,
-king the $17,425 Oceanport Han-,





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FOR SALE: Jaguar 2.4, litrt,
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miles. Call 3-6824 Panama;-
FOR SALE-Henry I. first dass
condition. $400.00. Call Balboa
. 2384 after 3:30 p.m. ,
FOR SALE : 1955 CreamGreen
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lina, Cata-lina, hydramatie, power steering,
air condition, heater, radio, ws
w, one owner, good conditions.
Phone' Kobbe- 4217 4261.
.. FOR SALE: Dodge Coronet V-,;
,8 1953 4-dr. sedan, new paint
Job, excellent condition $850.00.
' Colon Motors, Inc. 10th St. Co Colon
lon Colon Tel. 492-J. i
' 1957 Oldsmobile Super 88 Gol-
den Rocket, hardtop Holiday.
Completely equipped, perfect
' mechanical condition. ,3
1954 Chevrolet 4 door, new
tires! standard transmission, per-
4 feet mechanical condition,
' 1955 Ford Ranch Wagon, new
'.tires, two tone paint. Price $1,-
095.00. J
1953 Pontiae 44 door, excellent
' condition, tubeless tires, new
paint, radio, I t :
1953 .hevrolet Bel-Air, 4 door
t power-glide, power steering, ra-
dio, new paint, motor new rings.
' Excellent mechanical condition,
1956 Hillman wagon, like ncw;
,1953 Mercury-coupe, radio, ex-
collent mechanical condition.
5 1954 Chevrolet 4- door, tires,
upholstery and paint new, exccl-
w lent mechanical condition, r"
'1950 DeSoto sedan 4 door. Good
- condition.
Autos Eisenman, next Coca Cola
' plant. Tel. 2-2616 2-4966.
Bill Norman Begins
Happing Plans To
Make Tigers Winner
I. BOSTON (UPI) Bill Norman,
'tnncfh tfuv.'. today began map.
Inintr nlans to accomplish what
i'nice guy"; Jack ,Tighe failed to
Iflo maKe&e. ieiroii iiseu

; twinning .twv'.'.-V 'S"

Nnrrriatfiwhd once managed the
old St. 'Louis Browns for "four' or
five1' 'rla vs.' took over as Detroit
(manager Tuesday when Tiglie
man fired. V v.f ';"' -: -'" :: y
i Tiger' General Manager John
IMcHale, who made the diecisior
t to fire Tighe and promote Nor Nor-Iman
Iman Nor-Iman from thet Charleston fam
tclub in the American Association,
spelled it out:
"Norman is the kind of manag manager
er manager we need. He has the iron fist
and velvet glove that is needed,
i "I don't know what makes, a
'nice cuv' or a touuh guy." the
ttall. rueaed Norman said. "I'm
just me." .. ; J;.
t Tm no Einstein," he said. "I
I don't think anyon is reprimand reprimand-i
i reprimand-i id unless he deserves it. I will
not hesitate tq reprimand."
I Tighe 'tried xeprimanding,
it was too late, ,
r, ; ; v'-Ji
! The Tigers stumbled badljr in
Drinr! training. The American
League team slumped badly as
t the season progressed. Tighe was
fired 12 hours liter the squad fell
Into the cellar in a defeat nere
. by the Boston Red Sox. Tighe's
last, official act as manager was
a two-minute "dutch uncle" lec.
. ture to the team; on maintaining
I v"You need a tough guy in the
majors, McHale. said.',
United States District Court For The,
' District of The Canal Zone J
Balboa Division
Tn the Matter of the Estate of George
Frederick Nadeau, Deceased N6. 9483.
- Notice of Time Set Fro Provlnf Will
and Hearing Aoplicatlon for Letters
' Testamentary
NOT'CE h herehv given that a tet!
tlon for the probate ot the will of
Frederick Nadeau. deceased; and
for the issuance of letters Testamentary
" f'led in thl Court on June 11. 195S,
end that Julv 10. 19S8 at 9 o'clock a.m.,
v In th Courtroom of this Court, at An-
rni,i Zw. ha heen set for the
. hearing of said petition, when and
wh-re any owson Interested may ap appear
pear appear and contest the same, and shoW
oi'S", If sit", why said petition should
not hi Brante''.
- rterf pt Ancon, Canal Zone, this
I C. T. McCormick, Jr.
' Clerk of Court
, fSeal)
. Tnltt l. Harrison
r Denutv Clerk of Court
. i u
Chevrolet, Plymouth,
- Ford $9.95.
All other. $12.95.
' Tivoli Motors
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Tel. 2-4223


J Apartments

FOR RENT Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment. Maid's room
and, service, garage. Justo Aro Aro-semena
semena Aro-semena Avenue 37-11, Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-2341. : ... S '-.
FOR RENT: 2, 3, 4, 5 room
, apartments, Furnished and un--furnished,
Parque Lefevre. Phone
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart-s
menr, living-dining room, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, hot water, maid's room.'
Ricardo Arias street "Sparta
Building. Phone 3-4994.
Commercial Sites
FCR RENT. Commercial locale
in Justo Arasemcna Avenue op opposite
posite opposite Crisro Rev Church. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-2341,
Quick Action Sets
Blacked Out Plane
Down On Army Strip
; DARMSTADT, Germany" (UPt)
The' U!S. Army gave SP-3 Jim.
my Lee Benton the day oif
yesterday as a reward for quick
thinking that probably saved' 4
crippled airliner with 33 persons
aboard. . a
Benton, 20, of Puyallup, Wash,
was carrying out routine chores
The previous night as non-commis
sionea officer in charge of the
small' army landing strip here.
Suddenly he heard the roar of a
low-Hying plane overhead.
He dashed outside, looked up
and saw the black shadow of an
unlighted plane against the night
sky.. i
The plane was a twin engine
commercial transport carrying
five crewmen and 28 vacationers
from Malmoe, Sweden, to Basel,
awuzenana. it naa suffered a
complete electrical breakdown
while .ilying over Germany. The
pilot 'had no lights, navigational
instruments or radio. "a
' !T'. 'S'h.'' : ,. ; ;
Benton quickly flipped a switch
that bathed the field in light. ;
Although the 2,800-foot runway
normnllu la iiitiij u.. .: .1.
engine artillery spotter ; planes of
ine stn corps, the "pilot, Capt
Erik Nielsson, thought ft was1 big
cuuugu. t T 'lit. -?
'; The big plane' rolled, the entire
length of the runway with Niels Niels-son
son Niels-son braking hard. One tirtf blew
out and the plane skidded off the
strip but it came to rest without
damage to the craft or injury .to
the passengers.
Bail Deposited f
For Joseph Crowley
In Tokyo Killing
TOKYO,- June 12 (UUPlKAmcr (UUPlKAmcr-ican
ican (UUPlKAmcr-ican businessman Joseph Crowley,
48, was released oh bail today
from jail where he bag been held
on' cnarses of fatal v inmr nt h
broOier-in-law. T. :'A.' D. (Tad)
Jones while drunki.
The former Yale football star
Successfully evaded reporters and
photographers who had staged a
da vlone wait ou 'side exits to the
jail section at Tokyo metropolitan
ponce neadquarters in downtown
Tokyo. '; ;
' Crowley's lawyers escorted him
to the basement of the jail sec
tion, where he took an elevator lo
an. upper floor and another exii.
Earlier Ihe law firm of ; Senoh
and ; Mow bad deposited bail of
Crowley was arrested May 21
on suspicion of fatally, injuring
Jones, 45, whose body was found
May 8 in the Imperial Hotel suite
the two men shared With Mary Maryland
land Maryland accountant Frederick Kissin Kissinger,
ger, Kissinger, 62. He was-formally indict indicted
ed indicted Monday on charges of "in
flicting bodily injuries leading to
death." ,. ,.;:.,,, :,.
Kissinger, also questioned in'thc
case, was cleared by police and
is scheduled to return home later
today via Northwest Airlines. He
was questioned yesterday by a
Tokyo district ourt judge.
Canal Zone
United States uistrict Court For The
District ot The Canal Zone
Baltoa Division
In the Matter ot the Estate of Idyl
Lesion rienry. Deceased, ftobate Nu.
B485.-" Notice to Creditors. i
persons having claims against Idyl Les Lesion
ion Lesion henry,, deceased, or against his
estate.; arc hereby required to file said
cia ims. with the necessary vouchers, In
the office of the Clerk of the .United
States District Court at Ancon, Canal
i lone, or to exhibit them, with the Rec-
essary vouchers, to the undersigned Ad
ministrator at the omce ot L. s car car-rington,
rington, car-rington, Attorney at law, located at
17-56 Avenida 13, formerly Calle Es Es-ludiante
ludiante Es-ludiante not later than the 14th day
of July 1958 or they will be for ever
Lbarred. Each claim filed or' presented
must be supported by the affidavit of
tne claimant or someone on his behalf,
that the amount la justly due, that no
payments have been made thereon which
are not credited and that there are no
offsets to the same to the knowledge of
the affiant. ... t
tiP-H h" ll iy of Junojav
Svlvnler Callender.
Administrator of the estate of
Idyl Leston Henry, deceased.

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t ARM AO A LL'X 1M Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE 4. too. de la Ossa Ave. No. 41 e FOTO DOM Y Justo Arosemeaa Ave. end 33 St. FAR FAR-MACIA

Beside the Bella Vla Theatre. ,,', ..
Baldwin's furnished; apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
PHILLIPS rOceanside Cottages
Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Spend your weekends at Rio
Mar, the best beach in the Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kinds of commo commodities,
dities, commodities, open day and night. The
new. management is at your serv services,
ices, services, v i
FOSTER'S Cottages and; Urge
Beach House. One mile past the
Casino: Phone Balboa 1866.
SHRAPNEL'S furnished homes,
on beach. Phone Thompson,
Balboa 1 172.
FOR RENT: Furnished home,
Golf Heights. Two bedrooms, two
baths, terrace, bar, etc. Available
. end June.; Telephone 3-4157
between 12 and 2 or 6 and 8 for
appointment. ; ? ;
FOR RENT:- Small chalet in Be-
lla Vista, living-dining room,
bedroom with bath and toilet,
kitchen and yard,; furnished or
unfurnished. Information 50th
street 6 downstairs.
S mlns. from the heart ot
San Jose. Costa Rica.
Completely modern conveniences In
Suites and Bungalows, all with
private bath. Hot and cold water.
Price: S6 and $8 daily,
with meals. f
Cosmopolitan kitchen
Horse, riding,
For reservations P. O.
Box 4459 ;
Manager: BUI and Elenor Jaspers
..June 20. to June 2$
- Price $180.00 :
Fidaiique Travel Service-
trained Chiropodist wlU relieve
any foot trouble, corns, callous.
ses, ingrown toe nails, font mas massage,
sage, massage, etc.
- Services -SCHOLL'S"
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J. AsoMmena Ave. 1.33-48 ..,
; Tel. 3-2217
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
General Agent
Gibraltar LUe Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Baby's bed, child's
bicycle, child's desk. First street,
house 2000-B, Curundu;
FOR SALE: Used household
furnishings, corner 1 1th street
Parque Lefevre and Via Eipana.
Fhone 3-5106.
FCR SALE.- Porch ; furniture
Simmons couch with 4 chairs..
Call Panama 3-3347.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator West.
' inghouse 9 ft, new unit. Wish
J ing machine ; wringer type G.E.
Both 60 cycle, good condition,.
- 742-A Balboa Tal. 3096.
FOR SALE: Dining room set
very reasonable price, in very
good condition, hot water, heat
er, television set 21" $100.00,
in good working condition. Call
II day Tel. 2-0192 and after 6
p.m. call 3-0798.
FOR SALE: Diningroom set,
buffet, Chine closet, 8 chairs
$200.00. 3 Chinese rugs blue,
$45.00. Balboa 4437 Hse. 6381
Los Rios,' 1
Best Golfers
Tee Off In US
National Open
TULSA, Okla., June 12 (UPI) (UPI)-The
The (UPI)-The cream of the nation's golfers
started out after the U.S. Open
championship today in what form
er king Lloyd Mangrum described
as the greatest pressure tourna.
ment of them all" with Ben Hogan
and Sam Snead. the sentimental
favorites, facing the toughest of
tneir stoned careers. v
; .'i -.p..,
"The first golfers in th field
teed off for the first round at 9
a.m., going out in three-somes at
eight minute intervals. :'.
, - i
ary Middlecoff, the betting fav;
pritewho won this tournament 14
1946 and" 1956 and lost to defending
champion Dick Mayer in a play.
off last year,-was to star at$l:36
p.m., playing with Frank Strana, Strana,-han,
han, Strana,-han, considered one of the dark,
horses in the tournament because
of his fine practice rounds, .a n d
uene Littler. : ?
The foreign threats are Robert
de Vincenzo, the Argentine from
Mexico City j Ted Makelana of Ho Honolulu;
nolulu; Honolulu; Jerry Magee ; of Toronto
and Bruce Crampton of Sydney,
Australia. No foreigner has won
the Open since Ted Ray took it in
1920, at 43 the oldest ever to win.
Other former winners "besides
Hogan, Middlecoff, Mangrum, Fur.
gol and Mayer are Jack Fleck, 19.
55; Julius Bors.-WSa: Lew.Worsh.
ami lb 47 and Gene Sarazen, 1922
and 1932. Sarazen at 656 is the old.
est player in the field. ::, )
. , : '. i
There, will be single rounds to.
day and Friday with the field cut
to the low 50 and ties for the final
two 18-hole rounds on Saturday.
Player Of The Day
Bob Friend never has wort 20
games' but nevertheless is one of1
the recognized star pitchers of J
the National League.
A powerful right-hander, Friend
U the first NL pitcher to reach
nine i Victories this season s and
may help pitch the; Pittsburgh Pi
rates to their highest finish sincS
1948. No. 9 for Friend Tuesday
night was a 5-4 victory over the
San Francisco Giants.
. The : 27 year old right-hander.
who attended Purdue -University,
had a 17-17 record- and led tne
league in innings pitched with 314
in -1956. lit was 14-18 with 277
innings nitched last- season and
has an 82.98 career record includ
ing 9 4 this season.
" Canal Zone
United States District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
.'' Division of Balboa
Robert J. MacDonald vs. Luclle A.
MacDonald. Summons Case No. 4681
Civil Docket 21 Action for divorce, v
, To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer- the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after .the firat publication.' :
In case of your failure to- so apnear
and answer, Judfanent will be taken
against you by default for the reUef
demanded in the complaint,
WITNESS the Honorab'e 'Guthrie F,
Crowe, Judge, United States District
court for the m'rict or. me canal xone,
this May' 21, 1!8.
A ; C. T. McCormick, Jr.
(Seal) (
' Bv Sara de la Pefia
. Chief Denuty Clerk
To Lncile A. MacDonald
The foregoing summons Is served no noon
on noon you r.y publication pursuant to th
order- of the Honorable Guthrie. F.
Crowe, Judge. United States District
Court lor the District or tne Canal sone,
dated tvlav -Mi M58. and, entered and
filed In this action in the office of the
Clerk of said United States District Court
the Division of Balboa, on May 20,
..... : T. T, McCormick Jr.
tv Sara He la PeKa
Chief Deputy Clerk

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. your choice of equipment.
"J" St. 13A-3C Tel. 2-1905.
f OR SALE: Beautiful purebred
sealpoint Siamese kitten. AKC
registered. White1 toy French :
poodle female I year-old, all
shots. Phone 3-4679. 1
Check your equipment before the -tournament
this Sunday. We have
everything you need. CRAWFORD
' AGENCIES, C0RP.i "J" 13A-
S0,Tl.- .2-1905. '.' :" i'y-;'.;
-' FOR SALE: Kenmore electric
tewing machine head. Pne of la-
; test .models. Electric practically
new, $35.00. Casa Admirable,
the .Nccchi Agency at Central
Ave. 10-30 next to the Lottery
FOR SALE: Gas water heater,
. bund newV still in Mfg.; ship shipping
ping shipping crate. 3Q gallon capacity,
' alas lined, thermostatically con
trolled and with built in "flue,, i 1
Cost $127.50 in Miami, wilt sell
for $110.00. 78 Via Argentina.
Phone 3-7821.
OUTFIT Quality Italian JunyLux
'Gun, Fins and Mask. . $18.50
"J"' St. 13A-30 Tel. 2-1905.
FOR SALE: 2 new brats ship
.mask head lanterns $15.00 es,
I used $7.00. Dean 2357-B
' Owen St. Balboa. V ',-''
Dan Hodge Wins
Pro Debut With
First Round KO
SCRANTON, fi. (UPI)' The
pro boxing debut of Olympic
wrestline champion Dan ; Hodge,
which resulted in a first-round
knockout victory 'Tuesday night,
was;: clouded today by a boxing
commission decision to invest!
ga,te his opponent,
1 Hodee.r who won the Olympic
light-heavyweight wrestling crot
in .1956 ana wen Became us
rinlHon t CJnvpt heavvweishf") box
ing champion, knocked out Norn
Jackson ot xoungsiown, jnw, m
1 ; 12 of the first round of their
scheduled eight-round feature
i j. '.Is.' i ... '. i' '"A i
IWUItf- .s-B. ita.J; .-."K". :.: -';..:?,;-'.!.?" J
But Boxing Commissioner Jim
Crowley, one 1 of Notre. Dame's
famed "Four Horsemen' of foot
ball.' announced after the bout he
was 'dissatisfied" with Jackson's
showing and -Was holding up his
purse of $200 pending: an investi
NOTRE DAME. June 12 V-:Ed
Kirchmier, a sophomore fromTDia fromTDia-blo
blo fromTDia-blo Heights, Panama Canal Zone,
has seen .limited action 'for vthe
Notre Dame baseball, team' this
spring. The Irish are 14-3 in their
first 17 games.
Kirchmier, a pitcher, has ap4-
peared in two games for the Irish
and worked 4 2-3 innings. He has
an Earned Run Average pi, a. a.
tfirnhmW parned his freshmen
numerals in baseball last spring
and is enrolled in the College
Commerce ai iNowe uame.
Manufacturing Co. yesterday an.
nounced receipts of government
contracts valued at $1,250,000 for
air and gas compressors for both
Bomarc missile bases and "the
Corps of Engineers.
'.'. ; Canal- Zone : t
United States District court For The
District of The Canal Zona
' '; Division of Balboa .: J.
Clarence Daniel Russell, plaintiff, vs.
Cynthia Elizabeth Russell, defendant.
Summons Case No. 4691 Civil Docket 21
Action lor Divorce.; ? f
To the above-named defendant! 1 -You
are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed In the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the first publication, v
In cases your failure ra w hmmch.
and answer, judgment wUl be taken
gainst you bv. default for the relief de demanded,
manded, demanded, in the complaint. ..
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this June U. 158. -.
,.- C. T. McCormick, Jr.
: Clerk '
(Seal) i' t
Bv Sara de la Pena
Chief Deputy1 Clerk
To--Cynthia Elizabeth Russell
The foregoing summons is served up upon
on upon vou by Dubllcatlon pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
dated June 10, 1 1958. and entered and
filed In this action In the office of the
C'erk of said. United .States District
Court for the Division of Balboa, on
June 10, 1958.
' C. T. McCormick, Jr.
Br Sara de la Pens
Chief Deputy Clerk;


Boats & Motors
FOR SALE-Moorbike'-Mo-Ped.
i.2 months old $160. Call Navy
FOR SALE: Three deep-sea
Diesel powered fishing schooners,
60 te 75 ft. lent,, complete with
cork insulated ice boxes holding
from 15 to 21 tons f ice, all
sails, electrical equipment, tele telephones,
phones, telephones, sounding devices, and
in first class condition, now en engaged
gaged engaged in Red Snapper and -Group,
r fishing in the Campeche Gulf
area. For full description and
photographs, write Star Fish &
Oyster Co., Inc. P. Q. Box 26,
Mobile, Alabama. U. S. A,
: New and used boats, motors and
trailers. Sell reasonable or trade.
' The largest stock of under water
. equipment, Marine- accessories
,and fishing tackelcs in Central
and South America. Quality, serv service
ice service and price. The best is not
always the cheapest. ABERNA ABERNATHY,
THY, ABERNATHY, FOR SALE;15 foot plywood'
playboy fiber glass bottom 35"
h.p. Johnson remote ''control,
eteering wheel. Ettaeion La Cres-
ta. Phone 3-1608.
Gorgas, Coco Solo
Softball Series
Finale Saturday
V t v
The 'final game of' the three
.game series between' the' Gorgas
and Cuco Solo softbal)' teams will
pe played on June 14 at the Ram Ram-bow
bow Ram-bow Cuy ballpark, commenoins
10:00 a.m...The Coeb Solo team
won 4the first game by the iiorp
of 7 to 0 and the Gorgas Medics
evened things up by clobbering
mio niuuuc oiuers la lo f. N
jriianaeers havn hepn tuhit.
ping -their boxes jnlo shape and
t-c yvuiiueui ot yiCCOry.
-This game is dedicated to Col.
Char'e O. Bruce, health director
who wiu nresp- hc beauliful
inropny aonatea by R. Mcilhr
admin, officer or Coco Solo Hos-
puai, to ine winning tam.
Thi Club'. Health Bureau, who
wiu De navmg tneir second an
niversary pan, on July 26, hive
announceo mat me" leading v hit hitter
ter hitter of the1 series will be the honor-
ea guest v the dance and the
manager oof the Winning tpam'wiii
be given the opportunity of cutting1
vtMua auuucxsai-y like.
1M :;-''S-;-i-i.'i;. ir.ii'.-.i- -.'.:;.,
j Fans from both terminal cities
6 uui ifu tiieer
ineir respective tarn to victory.
'1 flL',,,,',u,
(Based on 5 decisions) :
Purkey, Redlegs 1 8 1
.ivicManon, braves
cn-k r-
5 1
8 2
4 1
9 4
McCormick, Giants
Friend, Pirates
arsen, Yankees
Turley, Yankees
Dickson, Athletics
Garver., Athletics
Ford, Yankees
5 0 1.000
10 1 .909
4 1 .800
7 2 ..778
7 2 .7.78


' Witli a view toward improving service. and correcting
irregularities that occur, involuntarily, from time to time,
THE PANAMA AMERICAN has established a special


Please dial Tel. J

: WANTED: Good appearance
girls for counter work, must know
English and have references. Pa-
" nama Steam Laundry Ave. F.
: d la'Oisa. v V.

Tennis rackets rcsrrung, fishing
rods and reels and under water
equipment repaired, f Parts for
everthing we sell. ABERNATHY.
Domestic Employment
I WANTED: Good cook with
first clas rcferehces, speaking
English,' French or German, Call
3-1986 for appointment.
Real Estate
' FOR SALE: Chilibre. 'Concrete
house 4-roomi, kitchen and
. bath. Running water piped to
house year round. City electric
' lights can ; be installed G.D.
' Chicken coop and out -house"
3800 M2 of flat land. Must sell
heap. Call Cristobal 3-1239.
FOR SAL: Gramlich beach'
house, will be on premises 1 3th
15th, Santa Clara. Tel. 2. 1
;i 4319 information.'
Swimming Classes ;.
AtXoco Solo Pool ;
" Registration for swimming
classes at tlje Coco Solo pool bt.
gan Monday, June 9, and cont-
inues through the week. Begin
ner, intermediate and swimmer
classes will begin Monday, June
. Classes "win be between : 00
and 10:00 ; a.m.' Monday; Wed
nesday and Friday and anyone
with poof privileges is eligible
to sign up for these classes and
the competitive swimming clas
set being offered. Please sign up
at 'the pool. J,
Vnr the first in over ten years,
the Colon Arena is being overflood
ed with fight fans turning out for
the 'Dractice sessions of Isidro
Martinez, featherweight champion
of Panama, and his challenger,
Jesus Santamaria.
z This fight has attracted the moit
attention and has caused the most
controversy since -the. Arena was
built and it is predicted that a near
record if not a record crowd will
be on hand.
1 Thd interest demonstrated and
the, crowd expected are reminis
cent the Chocolate-Brewster iignt,
whn the Arena was -literally
crowded to the rafters. On lhi&.
occasion, several .'fans saw the
fisht gratis as poor control of the
gates excited the thwng .and forc
ed a breakdown ot me sieei aoors.
This may be the biggest gatherinp
nersonwise.i but where money
counted it was a flop. Sunday's
Martinez-Santamaria bout Should
take in more at the eate.
So much so is the enthusiasm
over this fieht that we took r lit
tie survey among fight fans, nere
is the result:
Chito Bula:: "A yery good fight.
Both will have to fieht Hard to
T.lnvd Smith; "Martinez will
c'nn him ia ihe middle third of
the fight.'!
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We wity appreciate your, call which
fa, serve you better


. l-minuie car wash $1. tteen.
cleaning of motor $5. waxing ef
ears $6. Auto-Bane. Trans-1st
mian Hiahwav near Sears.
honesty, customer satisfaction.
mer Former Boston-Miami technicians.
MR. TY, Phone Panama 2.
Swiss watches, wholesale price,
Central Ave. 13-35
' First Floor Tel. 2-3992
Protect our home and proper property
ty property against insect damage.
rrompr scienrirw treatment or!
emeroencv bi manrhlv hui
basis. Telephone Pronto Service
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777
. r
WANTED: Small used car.
,1955 up, Good condition only.
Phone Panama 3-6529.
WANTED: Good home fo
. handsome black, male, 6 month:
' eat. Balboa 2-1633. 1
WANTED: Small flat bad
printing press, type not import-i
ant.' John t. Davis, Box 139, Bal
boa, C. Z.
WANTED: Willi's jeep static
wagon,' good condition. Tel. 3
4191 Panama.
The Spanish Course for English
speaking .people will be held a
University Of. Panama from un
16 to July 3l on Monday, Wed
nesday, Thursday. MORNINt
' CLASSES: Baoinnerst 8:30; In
T termadiate: 9:30; Advanceo
. phasis on conversation.
Tito Gonzalez: "No Comm
Both are. capable representat
of the local light game. It dod
matter who wins, uooa mcK
both." v
. Aubrey Woodruff:' "If Is the
word. If Martinez ian made
weight his experience should
him in this one."
Melvin Bourne: "I like the n
iiian." Who the.; "magician"
only" Bourne can tell.
Prince 'Bingham: "I like M
nez. How? Either way 0.or
Donald Morris: "Martinez t
wide margin if not, a TKO?
Juan Tap:a. "Santa will 1
fight,' outhit and ouispeed hi
the tile." t
Viceiue Morena:,'"Martinet
lose his title as.'Santa ;wil!Jl(
him and wear .him down? ee
. Georee Vincent: "If 35
Is around 'for, the tenth, tt J
will not see -the twelfth."
This is; a just a(.pariial surv
our list shows that opinions;
about evenly divided on tne
come of this fighr.
v The Semper-Lin-Duncan, t
Pting syndicate plans to opes'
doors of the Arena from 10
SnnHav and will keen several
et vendors on hand for all : ;
lnteresieo in uuyius "tucis ci
The 100th person at each?
will be given a free ticket
Circulo ''v "' 'ooRhnw
dance which will be held V":
at the Trooicai Cluo. The f
ing syndicate, would like-fe(-tnrl
its Panama City fans oi
special train which will be e
Ciauy lor. meir convenience.
for prompt attention
will enable us 1 ;
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MSGT. JOHN B. ADAMS, auditing technician of the resident
auditor of lice, Caribbean Air C6mmand'at Albrook Air Force
Base, was recently presented the Commendation Ribbon by
Col. Paul A. Zartman, chief of staff, Caribbean Air Command,
for distinguishing himself by meritorious service while sta stationed
tioned stationed at Albrook during August 1955 to June 1958. The cita citation
tion citation for the award stated: "Sgt.' Adams materially assisted
base and command officials in improving financial and re resource
source resource accounting and operations." Above are shown (1 to r)
Zartman; Maj. James E. Potts, C Air C' Resident Auditor, and
Adams, Adams left the Canal Zone last .-week for assignment..,,
at Paine Air Force Base, Washington. (Official USAF Photo)


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'Today's ,JY Program

S:15 Dlnh Short r
'J:30 Boxinr
' 4:30 Golf Show
. 7:00 Left Take A Trip

7:30 SM 000 Chalinnw

8 30 Danger
! 9:0 Tennessea llrnla JTord
;' 1 :9a Meat McCrow (
10:00 Tic Tac Dough
. J0:30 Championship Bowling ;
. 11 00 CFN NEWS

11:15 Encora: Comedy Hour.

8:00 Spike Jones Rpt 16 Oct 'ST

, Courtesy of Aerovias Panami Airways

PHONES: PANAMA! 3-1057 3-1698 : 3-163$

J3 FIC E HOURS : from 8 a.m. to pjn.


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for her birthday party. Hqre

Reception At British, Embassy
" . i ''':'-: y"'.'.'.;'V' ' ('":'' f. 0 ;' 'i' '-7" !iVf'':':'::--;
On Queen's Official Birthday

The official brithday ,of Queen
Elizabeth II will be celebrated
in Panama today by the Bnusn
community on the Isthmus.
. British ambassador Sn Tan Hen Hen-'
' Hen-' derson and Lady Henderson are
' holding a feception at the Embas.
sy residence in Panama, city to-
night. :. .- 1
' yueen Elizabeth conferred titles
or honors on 691 BHtons, including
actor ,Jack Hawkins, Armerkan.
born Industrialist Sir Thomas Ro.
bins, and poet Sir Osbert Sitwell.
'The honors list was reeased on
the day of the Queen'8 official
tirthdayiThe Queen actually was
n mrD nU lt Anril 91 hut hpr
birthday is celebrated officially in
.mriA nppmiSA nr grPHLRr Druu.
ability of good weather. -
' Thirtv-three of those honored re:
Ceived knighthoods, which entitled
them to use the word sir" oej
fore their names. The rest receiv.
ed lesser orders such as, comand comand-er
er comand-er o' the British Empire1 CBE and
member of the British Empire
MBE. t
Hanwkins, co-star of the Acad.
emy Award-winning fil, .''The
Br'dcp on the River Kwai" and
a British stage and, screen favor,
ite for 30 years, was made a com.
mander of the British Empire.
Cuban Government
Appeals To Rebels
To Enafplmg
. HAVANA (UPI) W- The govern.
ment has appealed to the rebels
in eastern Cuba to surrender, end.
ing "use'ess killing" in a govern,
ment offensive in which 200 per.
sons are said to have been killed
or wounded.
: Sen. Rolando Masferrer, a lead-.
ing spokesman for President Ful.
gencio B a t i s t s ,. government,
called on the rebels yesterday to
Jay down their arm i.-
"Your encampments are being
nattered in such a way that those
who fight die and those that lose
their arms surrender.", Masferrer
said. "why don't you -(rebel)
eaders...who are definitely losing,
arrange-: surrender the arm!
and equipment remaining to your
' men.. .and aaoid useless killings?"
The senator's statement was re regarded
garded regarded as a reference to the gov.
: ernment "drive to the sea" which
, auiuuiiLdiivc HUfuircia ay uaa
been under way in the Maestra
Mountains for 10 days. : 1
The presidential press office al also
so also published an appeal which it
said was directed to the, rebels
by members of the Rotary and
Lions' clubs and similar groups
In the eastern city of Efeyamo.
The Service clubs urged the in insurgents
surgents insurgents to "return to your fam.
J -ui :u
intra auu. iccoiauunii necessary
Unconfirmed reports said the
army has moved in 1,000 fresh
troops from east-central Cuba to
Join the forces trying to drive the
rebels out of s their mountf n
' stronghold. ,- -.v-
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21. has had'to wait till today,
she is with hubby. Philip.

Robins, the first Rhodes scholar
to OxTord University from Penn.
sy vania, was awarded a baron.
etcy, which entitles him to pass
ms earuer Knigntnood on to nis
heirs. As president o" the British
South Afnca Co., was cited '.for
public service in Rhodesia
Robins. 73. studied at Oxford in
1904 and later became t British
Sitwell, already t baron.' was
made a companion of honor: for
his services to literature. The poet
is me autnor ot aozens of books,
piays anu poems.' '''

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student kicakdo E. UEKMUDEZ or panama is: shown recei

mander of the United States Air Force's Caribbean Air Command,, for successfully completing a five-month training coursa
ottered by the US AF, School tor Latin America ai Albrooic. Bermnaez was ore of 13 Panamanians who receLved diplomas dm 1
In? the 27th class! graduation' exercise held, by the school today. Qrt hand to-congratulate the students from Panama was Maj;
Antonio E. Huff, chief of thft Panama Presidential Guard. Shown above (left to right) are: Huff; Landont Col. Rinn,- school
commandant; and Bermudez. The renialnlng graduates from Panama' are shown in the background. The graduating class
contained 178 students front 12 Latin American, republics including: Argentina; Bolivia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic,
1 Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama and Peru, (Official USAF Photo) -' f

1 78 rlli ti inl OS
." 'Student's, of the 27th consecutive
class of the USAF School for Latin
America received ; thir diplomas
from Mai, -Gen.: Truman H. Lan-
don, commander of the Caribbean
Air -Command, this morning in the
Albrook, 'Base, Theater.1'
The 178 students 'from; 12 Latin
American countries were honored
by high government officials from
their- respeptive countries lor hav hav-ihg
ihg hav-ihg completed the: five' months U
tensified ; class work Resigned to
tram airmen of the Latin Ameri
cas in technical; and; professional
subjects. ,:' y&Vj'.h :
" 'CfSr'r.-bo?.5o

Champion spellers fell fast be before
fore before tough and unfamiliar worus
today as officials called a break
till tomorrow in the 31st annual
National Spelling Bee.

Of the 68 entrants, 26 were out
of the congest already. This left
42 youngsters ?? girls and 15
boys to) continue 3 spelldon w.
The youngsters : om 11 to 13
years of age went through :six
round o words in the first three
hours of the .contests Fourteen
girls and 12 boys failed to live up
to tneir cnampionship Diunws.
When the contest began there
were 41 girls and 27 boys in tht
running for the l,000irst prize.
But Fredel Amos, a 13-year-old
girl from Pueblo, Colo., disar
ranged the vowels in "weird" and
was out in the first round. ;..
Carole Lynne Cook,-13, of Ha?,
rold, Tex., joined her. when she
spelled "debtor" with an "er."
Seven spellers went down dur during,
ing, during, the second round.
Barbara Hull, 12, oL Kingman,
Ariz,, was the third 1 to go o it.
She missspelled "gabardine" as
"gaberdeen." t
Margaret Hilsher,' 13, Chicago
put and entra "r" in "interfered."
The fifth ci v champ to bow out
was Carolyn Dillon, 14, of How Howard.
ard. Howard. 0i0. tt'h' '"V-.-t 'fidEetv,
by spelling ft "fijtdy."
tnucK Kamey, 13.. Uenterviile.
Ohio, misspelled commitment.
He spelled It "committment. t
The seventh down was Donna
F. Page. 13. of Haverhill. Mass.
She 1 muffed "harass," spelling it
On the third round, Andy Caus,
11, of Indianapolis, Ind., tripped
on hygiene to become the
eighth victim. Andy spelled it "hy "hy-geine."'
geine."' "hy-geine."'
The spell-down claimed its ninth
victim when 13-year old Sandra
Ford, of Bridgewater.' Iowa, spell spelled
ed spelled "incise" as "ensize."
The bee, sponsored by Schripps Schripps-Howard
Howard Schripps-Howard newspapers and 47 other
leading newspapers throughout
tne country, wui end tomorrow.
' Stephen Nichols, 13, of Baldwin,
Md., became the 10th victim
when he muffed "oracle"" by put putting
ting putting an.."a" after the "c With
out stopping for breath he spelled
tne word correctly; The judges
listened to a re-piav of the first
spelling and ruled Stephen out
The Uth to falter was ia-year
old .Margaret Wahlgren of Chi
dago, who added an ;'e":, at C the
pnA nf "imniiim
The 12th, downwai. Mary -Ann
AESi ucl e ri t
' Maj; Gen. Guillermo 1 Alegre,
Chief of Staff of the Peruvian Air
Force; and Brig.' Gen. Epifanio O O-vando.
vando. O-vando. Chief of Staff of the Para
guayan Air Force, .were the honor
ed guests at the morning's acti activities
vities activities and each congratulated the
students from their, respective) ou
tries. V J
? Lt. Gen.- Ridgely GaKher. com
mander in chief of the Caribbean
Command, was also among tne
honored guests during the cere-
Kasper Cets Out
Of Prison Aug. 9
UJS. (UPI)-UJS. Atty. John C. vCrawford to.
day announced that segregationist
John Kasper win be celeased from
the federal prison -at Tallahassee,
Fla;,- Aug. 9.
Kasper, 28," was sentenced to
one year -titer he was convicted
in September 1956 on charges of
violating federal court injunc.
tion prohibiting interference in the
inteeraton nf Clinton Hieh School.
W w

.'-w--,.. "i .closing me exercise aner me
itf-sfyled segtegatorteaintclass hd sung the !'Hymns of "the

Tne se
er started his term in November
and. will be eligible for parole
on AUS 9 bee use he bui't
up "good time," according to
Crawford. '-ri V, :: .;,

Hughes, 13, ot Cleveland, Ohio.
Afier a long, fidgety pause, .she
guessed that "regaua" was spell spelled
ed spelled "ngatta."
Lawrie MacMillan 13, of South-

Held, Mich., was the uui u so
out. He tripped on "piccoio," us.
ing one"c" and two IV" v
The 14th to drop was John T.
Moomau Jr., 14, of Fisher ille,
Va He carefully spelled 'i finer -ary"
as "itenirary.'
(Billy Hayes, 13, Alpine, Ala.,
raced through ."shriek"-. I id it
came out as "shreik." He was the
15th casualty. 1
The 16th was Betty Jo Able, 13,
Canton, Ohio, who stumbled on
the word "squalid." She spelled it
"squalhd." t
ORed-Wired Brian Taylor, 13,
Lexing.on, S.C., was the 17th
speller to hear the bell. He spell spelled
ed spelled "soporif ic" as soporphic."
Tiny, 41-year-old Michael Camp
bell, a sixth grader at Covington,
Ky. f altered on the world ether ethereal."
eal." ethereal." He spelled it etherial" and
was the 18th contestant to be rul
ed out.
- VIENNA, Austria (UPI)-Trip.
lets are no rarity in Vienna, but
things got a little out of hand last
year. ; A statistical report for 1957
showed that there were six times
as many triplets born last year
as in the preceding year.
NEW' YORK (UPI)-Harry Ba.
ronian, publisher of the Bowery
News, has introduced a new gim.i
micK 10 aiscourage pannanaung
and Stimulate the latent urge in
bums to go to work. Baronian,
when accosted by a "stem-artist"
asking for a "hand-out" now gives
them a pay packet envelope con.
taining a dime and a card read,
ing: "Why not peddle the Bowery
News" Tne results to date have
been ah assortment of astonished
glances. r
Alberty, Reed'ey, Calif., finally
gave way to pressure from his
neighbors and gave his two pet
Uons weighing 500 and ; 460
pounds,, to the San .Francisco Zoo.
"He's certainly going to miss
taking the lions for a walk each
day,,? his wife; Alicia, sighed,
"but I suppose it, will be better
when he gets the' two tigers he
wantsV' 'Mi-: !'';'-V':

vine his diploma from. Mai. Gen. Truman H. Landnn rom."

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s I Ho ribred At-Graduation

mony.-This is the first USAF
School for Latin America gradua graduation
tion graduation to-be held in the Canal Zone
since General Gaither has assum assumed
ed assumed command of the United States
Caribbean Forces.
The Ceremony, starting at 9 a.m.
Included the introduction of all di diplomatic
plomatic diplomatic representatives, the- na
tional anthem, 'and invocation by
AinrooK Chaplain U. Robert U.
Nelson, prior to the main address
delivered, by Landon.
Follwing Laond's remarsk, Lt.
Col. Frank B. Rinn, commandant
fo the school, spoke briefly to tne
class. Landon and a represtntative
from each student's country per
sonally congratulated each gradu-
ate on successfully completing tneir
work. ,i:
- Rinn then presented athletics
trophies to captains of the winning
teams of the school's athletic pro pro-gram.""
gram."" pro-gram."" ;',..,
A tribute to instructors and other
school personnel was given in the
form of a response by student Fra
cisco Constantine of Argentina,, m
English and Francisco Liza of
Peru, in" Spanish.
Msgr. Luigi Punzolo, Papal Nun
cio to Panama, gave the beneJic
I A.i 1 J.L t. I ...... M At.
Todays graduates included 25
Argentineans, 5 Bolivians, 1 Costa
Rican, 21 Cubans, 23 Dominicans,
28 Ecuadorians, ,15 Guaiemalans,

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FOLLOWING a promotion 'ceremony today three' "super grade" enlisted men were congratulated bv Brie Gen Miltnn t 'rtn
commanding genera of U.S. Army Caribbean; Battle Group commander col. Robert W. GarStJ MdgtiSf m,! 5

rrom len w nam, mey are: iori. unanes M. crown, ana uaDt. Fh n h. Hprt.7. hai

Battle Group; lSgt, Edward Sidberry of B Company, 1st Batcle

3 Sergeants Retain Chevrons

One post sergeant major and
two first sergeants were granted
the right to retain their time-frayed
three-np and three- down chc
vrons today in a ceremony at Head
Muaiicii W.U i.'U.iJIjr vaituuctJi, 111
filhng a i quoia ': lur three newly
created siwr prades" nhstei)
promotion:., handed down 10 the
commimi by Department of the
Army Una week.
The tr.roe weere M-Ssts. Carson
I. Cassidv pos; sergeant naior of
Kort Kohbp- and the 1st OJattle
Group, 2Un Infantry; Adwara S;d
berry, first sergeant, .company. Jv
1st Battle Group, and v cuatlfs
Brown tuo first sergeant or Mor Mor-tar
tar Mor-tar Batterv. 1st Battle GroiiD. v
MaJ. hobert pauforth, adjutant
of Fort Kobbe and the ; C&m
Group, real the orders officially
- .1. .1... .1 -j. i ...
promuuiig me uiree on ,vi!,r.n
ment of the Army's 'first ? alloca
tion for tne "super grades."
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6 Hondurans,-13 Mexicans. 11 Ni-
caraguans, u Fanamanuns, and


6:57 -?;00.

The new "super grades" E'-f
and E-9, are coincide-i-'to ilie Mi Military
litary Military Pay Act of 1958, and arc
to be utilized in accomodating key
leadership enlisted petitions.
Brig. Gen. Milton L. Ogden, com
tnandine epnpral nf ITSARP.ARIft

attended the ''ceremony tp ex end
nis congratulations to tne tnree
Fort Kobbe sergeants.
The sergeant major's or E 9
chevron is the present ser.
geant chevron with a star in t'.ie
center. ;The present master ser
geant or first sergeant chevron will
serve for the E-8 insignia. -The
ceremony Was held yester
day morning in i the confereuce
room at USARCARIB headqua.'U
ers. ( 1 '
T The newly promoted men boast
an aggregate total of 480 months
time in grade or 40 years.
' Cassidy first sewed on the
thrte-op and three-down In Dt Dt-eember
eember Dt-eember 1943, nearly 15 years 4
lo Sidberry In March 1945, near
ly 14 years since and Brown
;has had thtm sine December
1945, for nearly 13 years. :
Cassidy has more than 18 years
active service and among others
holds the WW II Victory( and Oc-
mi, i hi .. J i i; ii i .-
Russia Ups Output
Info, Free World ; ;
WASHINGTON (Ufll- Russia
pined 'more thn 3u--million:, propaganda-tinged
books into the free
world last yer. the U.S. informa
tion Agency (UMA) reported yes yes-terdav
terdav yes-terdav
'The USH is this country's-chief
overseas nrooaan'vv organization.
Tt said the Soviet Union increased
its book output 5 per cent over
1956, 'mainly in the Middle East,
newest battleground in "the ideolo ideological
gical ideological cold war. v
In a survey of Communist bocks
rA mfliraTinatf cant fn tta iwdi1.
seas posts,, the USIA said Russia
planned to publish 700 new tit'es
in 26 lanpuafes this year for dis distribution
tribution distribution in the free'worlfl. i,
r It reported that Russia, publish
ed almost 30 million books in free
wor languages last year and con contracted
tracted contracted four millrons, more with
publishers outside the Soviet U
nion. Most the these contract books
were '"inexpensive paperbacks '
said.) i
At he "same-time the USIA said
it had about 3 million books in its
156 libraries in 64 countries. Inad-
dition the agency said it had "as.
sisled foreign pubitcherg to pro produce
duce produce !40 million copili of 4,400 A A-merican
merican A-merican titles since 1950. 'These
volumes were printed in SO langu langu-aees.
aees. langu-aees. i .
The USIA said ft also contract contracted
ed contracted for a million paperback books
for 24 countries in the Near and
Far East. Most of these books,
it said, were about- "America and
i the democratic way of life." fl IjfO

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Group, and Capi John L Lewis

To Fill New
cupation Medals. He and Mrs. Cas Cassidy
sidy Cassidy along with their four children
have quarters at Few Kobbe. His
home tonw is Flippin, K.
Sidberry, who has two Children,
first donned the uniform in 1943.
he is a, ve eran of WW II and Ko Korea
rea Korea campigns. He has the Comhal
Heart, Bronze Star, WW II VrctiM
ry Medal, and the Philippine Li
beration. Medal.,' He served one'
year ; as a commissioned officet officet-His
His officet-His home town is Fl;tt River, Mo.
Brown is a ve.eran of 16 yeais
active service, a holder of th nnm.
bat Infan.ryman's Badge, and sew

Manganese Investors Nov Seeking
Intervention Of US tmbassy Here

The United Stales Embassy in
Panama has been asked to inter,
vene in a light between two Pa.
namanian Mining companies back,
ed with North American capital. capital.-,
, capital.-, Tne two companies are the Man.
ganese Mining Company and Ex.
pioraciones kosario S.A., a, sub.
sidiary of the New York Honduras
Rosarm Mining Company.
' Both companies c aim they have
legal right to, mineral exploitation
in the mangenese area of Boque Boque-ron
ron Boque-ron in the province of Colon.
lit 1953, agents of the Manga,
nese Minuig Co, were granted a
title and exploitation contract by
the Anas Espinosa administration
on an area of land in the district.
. But they claim they cannot get
onto the land because fexploracio.
nes Rosano now have the protec-
tion' o the National Guard.' Ex.
pioraciones Rosano claim right to
the land on the strengih of a con.
tract with the r Hyatt ; Panama
Manganese Company, apparent y
now defunct
Francisco de la -Guardia, uncle
of President Ernesto de la Guar,
dia, Jr. and representative of the
Manganese Mining Co. said today
"Myself and other officials of our
company tried to get onto the land
recently but were turned back by
National, Guardsmen." .
He added "Our title to the land
Is recorded in the Panama Pro Pro-perty
perty Pro-perty Registry. The Treasury has
received our taxes naid"to Decern,
ber 31, 1958, and yet the govern government
ment government will not back; our .claim.
"Yet 'they are backing a for.
.eign company against the interests
of Panamanian ,prdm,ietors.,!,'''j.v-:
; Pe la Guardia believes the Ro.
sario company has "unscrupu'ous
support without the knowledge of
the President."
i He said "A feeling by Latin A A-mericans
mericans A-mericans that abuses are being
committed by foreign companies
with unethical, support does not fos
ter harmony esoecially during the
present tense period of relations
between the United. States and
Latin America.". if -.




u. s. An rcncE

-HYCFUPFW mtiL ra HANS comhed

I" tor it AnmtnanlAii .a n .i

'Super Grades
ed in Korea. He is wearpV nf fnJ
United Nations Service Medal.iand
the Nato Dfifpnsp
..' V MMVUUll
J he sergeant's wife and two chil
dren reside In Woodbridge, Virgi Virginia.
nia. Virginia. Home town USA for the ser
gtant is Martingburg, West Va.
j Bat.le Group officers present a
the ceremony were comroandirfu
otucer,; Col. Robert W. Garrett
vapi. jonn u. unver, compaiW
cujiimaiiuer ox neaaquarten ant
neaaquarters i Company, .; Capt
John .L. Lewis, B. Company com
mander, and Mortar BatterV
commander,- Capt.-Phillip R. Hf.j,
-vi f.;i
Francisco de la Guardia has told
tme U.S. Charge 'd Affaires ad In
tenm, Robert Acly, that if thd
case was taken to law. it is cos
sible that his oompany would Jose
oue w :;coercion possibly in Pa.
nama. i (
"It we lost," he said, "thi
shareholders of the Man?a
Mining Company could present a
claim,, for damages for which thd
Mate oi Panama i would be lia
"In any case it would dishonoi
4he signature of a minister of statrf
and the presiocnt of the ReoAblirf
who signed the grant of right M
our company xms would bring a
bout: a total collaose of the cred;
it of the nation."? i
Francisco de la Guardia suggesf
ed to the ambassador that a me
jug vi me parries concerned co
ue neia so mat a ; just agr
meni, can ne reacned.",
Weather Or Not
" This weather report for the 4
hours ending 8 a.m. today, ji
prenared by the Meteotololeaf
and Hyrtrographic Branch of thd
Panama Canal Company:
... iV ,. . J:, wuv l latUUlt.'i
-High i? 83,
Low 11
, High
Low ,..,.
WIND: u'.Wi
(max. mph) S-l3 SE-22
RAIN (inches) .19 0
. tinner harbors) 82 ',"', is
- Friday jcne 13
. High ; Low
12:46 ajn. 8:47 a.rt.
1:00 p.m. 7:25 J.m.
1:15 3:45

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